Maersk and IBM had announced a joint venture to deploy a blockchain-based electronic shipping system that will digitise supply chains and track international cargo in real time. The new platform could save the global shipping industry billions of dollars a year by replacing the current EDI- and paper-based system, which can leave containers in receiving yards for weeks, according to the companies.
Maersk and IBM today announced a joint venture to deploy a blockchain-based electronic shipping system that will digitize supply chains and track international cargo in real time. The new platform could save the global shipping industry billions of dollars a year by replacing the current EDI- and paper-based system, which can leave containers in receiving yards for weeks, according to the companies.
While the hype around bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has sent their prices skyrocketing, some governments and companies are restricting activity to head off potential money laundering and protect consumers from a credit meltdown. Cryptocurrencies have begun to exit once-friendly China for more open nations and other regions and businesses are beginning to impose restrictions on how – or even whether – they can be used.
@skjwood@NFL@ChrisHogan_15@Patriots Yeah, the calls made the game a blowout. It's just sad you'd even think that way, and it's probably the same attitude that keeps the Titans from going to the Super Bowl. Blame everyone else for your shortcomings.
@ughskol@ApocalypseAfc@NFL@ChrisHogan_15@Patriots What are you talking about? The amount of pass interference and holding that went on by the Titans against the Pats was completely ignored by the referees at an unprecedented level. You need to eat the ripened grapes because the sour ones are affecting your judgement.
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