The companies announced they are going to explore how the blockchain technology can be used to increase global food safety and prevent illnesses caused by contaminated products.
The companies are planning to utilize the blockchain technology to improve transparency and security of supply chain networks and trade finance.
IBM and Thailand’s Kbank launch blockchain-based Letter of Guarantee service to avoid paperwork, provide high rate transparency, and shorten a Letter of Guarantee process reducing the procedures down to only the click of a button.
Borsa Italiana joined the efforts with IBM to digitize shareholding structures, facilitate cap table management and strengthen investor confidence.
The revolutionary transaction system IBM Z is designed to address the problem of data breach.
The platform is intended to facilitate domestic and cross-border trade for small and medium enterprises in Europe and increase overall trade transaction transparency.
The companies aim to arrange a complicated multinational insurance coverage through blockchain to ensure transaction security.
The US-based technology giant is opening a new accelerator program that will assist enterprises and developers in establishing new blockchain networks.
The supply chain platform developed by IBM and Sichuan Hejia aims to streamline flows among buyers, sellers and financiers in the pharmaceuticals space.
The world’s major music rights societies have partnered with IBM to develop a new blockchain-based solution for protecting intellectual property rights.
All the major steps in a crude oil transaction will be kept on the blockchain, which will allow for more transparency, enhanced security, and efficiency.
IBM collaborates with SecureKey Technologies to create a network based on IBM Blockchain that will facilitate consumers’ verification.