World Economic Forum: Corona could boost blockchain in shipping

The World Economic Forum has just presented its recommendations for how industries such as shipping can use blockchain technology in the supply chain. Blockchain could gain ground after the coronavirus pandemic.

Nadia Hewett is project lead for blockchain and digital current at World Economic Forum, which has just presented its recommendations for use of the blockchain technology. | Photo: World Economic Forum

The use of blockchain technology could become more prominent in shipping when the coronavirus crisis is over, concludes the World Economic Forum.

The forum has just presented a so-called toolbox with recommendations for how blockchain technology can best be implemented in global supply chains.

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