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foodtracking-120319.jpg New data from a research conducted by a U.K.-based firm revealed that the use of blockchain technology will help food industries save $31 billion globally by 2024 by immutably tracking food across the supply chain. The new research titled "Blockchain: Key Vertical Opportunities, Trends & Challenges 2019-2030" was conducted by Juniper Research.

blockchain-dec03.jpg A U.S. citizen was arrested in Los Angeles on his return from North Korea after allegedly providing highly technical information on using cryptocurrency and blockchain technology to help the Communist government launder money and evade U.S. sanctions. The Department of Justice said in a statement that Virgil Griffith, 36, was charged with violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Ac

msft-vechain-120219.jpg Microsoft is teaming up with game maker Eidos and gamebook firm Fabled Lands to jointly develop the classic gamebook series of the 1980s as a blockchain card-collectable game. The first book series to be developed as a blochchain-powered card game will be "The Way of the Tiger." It was one of the best selling classics in the 1980s, written by award-winning author Jamie Thomson and Mark Smith.

marcopolo-nov27.jpg Bank of New York Mellon or BNY Mellon joined the Marco Polo trade finance network to use the platform's distributed ledger technology (DLT) to conduct an evaluation program for developing improved international trade finance solutions for its customers. The U.S.-based bank intends to transform its essential trade finance processes to make them more efficient and secure.

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