Chained Together: How Blockchain is Improving Supply Chains is an online event organized by the Boston Blockchain Association.
Blockchain is radically improving supply chains by making products easier to track, from the raw materials to the finished goods.
Imagine a world where you’ll be able to see not just where your coffee was grown or your iPhone was assembled, but every step in the process, all recorded on a transparent blockchain.
This has huge implications for everything from fair trade and fair wages, to making companies and governments far more efficient.
The Boston Blockchain Association has put together a distinguished panel of supply chain and blockchain experts to give all a state of where the industry stands today, including:
Leanne Kemp, CEO and Founder of Everledger: Perhaps the most well-known blockchain + supply chain project in the world, Everledger started as an immutable ledger for diamond identification and transaction verification — and has grown into a platform for measuring the "value chain" of everything from rare earth metals to designer handbags:
Kristen Michaud, Managing Director at InBlock: Those of you who attended our "Diversity and Inclusion" event during Boston Blockchain Week raved about Kristen. Now is your chance to hear her talk about her experience driving global business processes and leading large-scale transformation efforts in operations and technology:
Anndy Lian, Author of "Blockchain Revolution 2030”. A seasoned business strategist with 15 years of experience in Asia, Anndy has recently worked with the blockchain division of Hyundai Motors and advised the government of South Korea on its blockchain initiatives. Check out his impressive CV here:
Moderated by Andrea Frosinini from the Canadian Blockchain Supply Chain Association, who is deeply embedded with the Hyperledger supply chain community: