Join this virtual celebration bringing the transformative power of blockchain to life through art.
Learn more about this dynamic series bringing together blockchain leaders and contemporary artists to tell the story of the future of business.
Uncover how IBM Blockchain delivers a foundation of verifiable truth that consumers can believe in and trust.
Discover how to unleash the full power of your data and build your own next-gen supply chain with IBM Blockchain Transparent Supply.
Learn how IBM Blockchain is transforming our relationship with food through greater trust and transparency from farm to fork.
See how IBM Blockchain is helping businesses take better care of the environment, people and their communities.
Find out how to maximize value across supply chains with automation and increased visibility made possible with IBM Blockchain.
Blockchain is more than technology. It’s a movement that's redefining our most important business relationships through trust, transparency and newfound collaboration.
It’s the work of visionaries — people who see the world differently and are compelled to help the rest of us believe in the art of the possible.
Blockparty is a celebration of these visionaries. This 5-part webinar series unites innovative business and technical leaders – rewriting the rules of their industries with the help of IBM Blockchain – with contemporary artists interpreting their contributions.
Hear from business and technical visionaries and see their work come to life in art.
The way a product or service is portrayed by marketers is an art form. But what if we could go beyond imagery and words to deliver the real story behind that product or service? IBM Blockchain is uniquely positioned to help, adding verifiable truth to the story that consumers can believe in and trust.
Learn how Nestlé is working with IBM Blockchain to prove the safety and authenticity of its products to live up to consumer expectations, while venture studio NuArca is bringing more trust to shareholder proxy voting for publicly traded companies.
Also watch how artist Jerry Business uses his unique photographic style to portray key moments from IBM Blockchain clients that lead to more consumer confidence and trust.
Watch the teaser for Episode 1 now
“You’re part of the process...you’re not just this consumer who’s buying something. You become a part of that chain.”— Jerry Business, artist
Blockchain is achieving repeatable transformation at scale, making it possible for entire supply chains to work together more efficiently, with greater transparency and newfound trust from end to end.
Creating a new blockchain solution or network from scratch is a path some ecosystems have chosen. But a new class of blockchain networks are finding rapid success by leveraging existing solutions.
Discover how Farmer Connect has used IBM Blockchain Transparent Supply to create their own bespoke supply chain solution that allows coffee drinkers to trace the journey of their morning coffee beans to reward farmers in Central and South America.
Also learn how contemporary architectural artist Alex Garcia sees the power of IBM Transparent Supply to connect previously siloed supply chain data through a single, shared, permissioned view of the truth.
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“I think it is important to be transparent. You know who you’re dealing with. You minimize frustrations. You know what to expect.”— Alex Garcia, artist
What if we could see and trust the full story of our food — from seed in the ground to servings on our table? Where did it come from? Who transported it along the way? How fresh is it? And if there’s an issue with it, how quickly and precisely can it be removed from the food supply without throwing out unaffected items? IBM Food Trust™ clients know these answers.
Learn how Walmart, a key platform partner to IBM Food Trust, is helping their customers and food supply partners feel more confident about food safety and provenance.
You'll also see how representational sculptor Marina Berlin interprets the benefits of IBM Food Trust through a multi-layered story of humanity, technology, transparency and trust.
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“Honest, truthful data is the most important thing, especially right now. It’s the only truth.”— Marina Berlin, artist
In today's interconnected world, sustainability matters more than ever. Consumers now expect companies to take better care of the environment, source products responsibly and align with the values they believe in. Hear how Cognition Foundry and Plant AG are using IBM Blockchain to replace business as usual practices with transparency, responsibility and accountability in charting the path to a more sustainable future.
Also watch multidisciplinary artist Haoyun Erin Zhao interpret the interconnected nature of humanity and business; how decisions that companies make impact people who consume their products, how those people shape the decisions those companies make, and how both impact the world we share.
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“Sustainability is about maintaining balance. It's about understanding that everything is connected.”— Haoyun Erin Zhao, artist
Ninety percent of all goods move along international shipping routes. Throughout most of those journeys, disparate systems often don’t talk to each other, forcing delays and missteps that can impact the entire supply chain.
But with blockchain, supply chain participants are replacing manual legacy processes, reducing friction and remediating disputes faster than ever before.
In this episode, you’ll hear how packaging company Sonoco ThermoSafe is using blockchain to help prove supply chain conditions meet requirements for their temperature-controlled packaging. And hear from leaders of GTD Solution and IBM on how TradeLens® – the blockchain-enabled digital shipping platform – is helping businesses gain radical new levels of efficiency across supply chains.
Also see how contemporary painter, illustrator and muralist John Osgood depicts blockchain's ability to better trace, track and speed the journey of everyday items on their route from manufacturers to distributors to retailers to consumers.
Watch the teaser for Episode 5 now
“I believe a parallel between IBM Blockchain and my artwork is starting from chaos and then getting to a final point. There can be an answer.”— John Osgood, artist