Maersk-executive: Tradelens has secured critical mass

More than 60 percent of the container market has now joined blockchain platform Tradelens. The platform has thus reached a "sort of critical mass," says Maersk CCO Vincent Clerc.

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Blockchain platform Tradelens has reached a number of important milestones in recent months with the inclusion of several competitors.

And with today's addition of German Hapag-Lloyd and Japan's Ocean Network Express (ONE), the platform is now backed by five of the world's six largest shipping companies.

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