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GPS and Blockchain will revolutionize supply chain logistics

Increasing globalisation means the proliferation of suppliers and channels used in the supply chains involved in producing products.  Processes that once took place near by or at least in a manufacturer’s home country are being displaced or moved overseas, and manufacturers are faced with complications in ensuring traceability and transparency.
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Self-driving cars won’t make the cut without Blockchain

Self-driving cars have been making headlines lately as companies secure connections and make plans to start designing and producing completely computerised cars.  With innovators pushing forward, the United Kingdom recently responded by publishing a Law of Robotics for the vehicles.  The law lays out a number of principles, applicable from design to manufacture, which must be adhered to in order for these cars to hit to roads.
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Blockchain could have rescued Europe from looming butter crisis

A number of new sources have recently reported on the threatening shortage of butter occurring across Europe. The price of butter is rising due to an increase in global demand and reduction in production and stockpiles in Europe. Asia relies on Europe for almost all of its dairy and the U.S. expects foreign milk consumption to rise 38% /1/. Technology for the improvement of supply chain management could have likely prevented this looming threat.
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“Bitcoin fork” explained in simple terms

If you follow or own cryptocurrencies or have generally found yourself interested in Blockchain, you have likely heard about the “Bitcoin fork” that occurred on Tuesday.  Amidst the flurry of opinions and speculations, we thought our followers might appreciate some clarity as to how the split happened and what it means in simple terms.
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Blockchain assures reduced corruption in supply chains

A recent Forbes article reported on the ethics of supply chains of major corporations, after findings by the Economist Intelligence Unit showed that fewer than 1/3 of major corporations address ethical problems in their supply chains. Blockchain holds the promise to reduce corruption in supply chains in a time where companies themselves have run out of solutions for preventing ethical violations.
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Blockchain Competence Center founded in Mittweida

Last week faizod attended the opening of an interdisciplinary Blockchain institute at the Mittweida University of Applied Sciences. The institute, called the Blockchain Competence Center Mittweida, will draw on faizod’s Blockchain expertise for its growth and further development. The University will also play a further forerunning role in the future of Blockchain by offering a Master’s program in Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies, beginning in 2018.
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