Blockchain might have a reputation as a villain, but it could actually help manage environmental damage. With Earth Day coming up soon, we look at how.
Blockchain’s potential within supply chains is renowned. However, it has uses that many haven’t considered: specifically, within the circular economy.
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution drives technological innovation, it makes sense that the mining sector is also becoming smart.
Most of us have heard about blockchain’s potential to create crime, but we don’t often hear about its capability to combat it.
It already has many sustainable uses, however blockchain could be the key to recycling. It has the potential to bring accountability into waste management.
Zombie transparency refers to the release of so much data that it’s impossible to make sense of. And it’s a problem in the mining sector.
Data disclosure in mining is about transparency. Transparency is becoming more and more of a buzzword in the mining sphere.
Consumers are becoming invested in miners’ compliance. There is increasing interest in companies to be honest and transparent.
How do we know that food production by companies is honest? With blockchain, we can make sure that food supply chains are transparent and reliable.