Precious metals streaming is a small, but extremely prosperous, sector in mining. Blockchain technology could change the way it handles data.
Our spending affects how businesses act. But could it actually make major corporations reverse environmental damage done by gold mining?
Gold is a lucrative commodity, and its value only appears to be on the rise. Yet there’s a problem in the gold industry, and that’s illegal mining.
Modern slavery is prevalent in the minerals sourcing sector, and currently it is difficult for corporations to identify poor practice in their suppliers.
Mining companies face major scepticism and analysis over their operations. Fuel usage is just another issue to deal with. However, it doesn’t need to be.
Blockchain’s potential is becoming gradually more recognised in society. Yet real-life implementations are ostensibly hard to find.
We always hear about the internal benefits of supply chain optimisation, but what if it could actually drive business to your company?
Agriculture is an industry that is woefully under-digitalized. Blockchain could change this for a better, more sustainable industry.
Supply chain digitalization isn’t exactly a new concept. It’s becoming more and more important – and yet many companies fall behind in the digital sphere.