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Blockchain newsletter: Real-world success stories from IBM Blockchain

Visionary companies are innovating how they work with IBM Blockchain, convening business networks that extend collaboration and optimization beyond organizational walls. We are laser focused on the areas delivering significant business value for our customers and their industry partners today: Supply chain. Bolster your supply chain with multi-tier visibility and workflow automation. This matters more […]

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Blockchain stories: Giving Norwegian seafood a competitive edge

It’s a gift to be allowed to help revolutionize a sector that’s the pride and joy of our country. Seafood is our third biggest export industry here in Norway. Some of the world’s finest quality salmon is raised in the beautiful, clean waters of the Norwegian sea in areas such as Kvarøy. At a time […]

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Blockchain newsletter for June: Empower a resilient, sustainable future for your business

Sustainability is a critical issue for board directors and CEOs feeling the pressure to improve environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance. Research from the IBM Institute of Business Value finds that 84% of global consumers say sustainability is important when it comes to choosing a brand, while 90% of investors globally are developing specific ESG […]

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Greening the blue economy

Our oceans sustain us. They give us oxygen and they capture carbon dioxide. They feed us and they provide a wage to 40 million people across the world. They bring us joy and they show us beauty. But we are not sustaining our oceans in return. We are taking more from them than can be […]

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Why digital traceability can accelerate the aquacultural revolution

Aquaculture has been going through something of a revolution. It’s easy to forget that aquaculture is a relatively new industry, with the most established farms having gotten their start in only the late 20th century. However, it’s a good thing they did. Seafood producers using acquaculture now account for more than half of all fish […]

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