IoT and Blockchain in Perishable Supply Chain

One of the promises of ‘immutable’ blockchain is the removal of human-error from governance, the agency which was single-handedly responsible for the biggest of historical blunders in the past century or so. In theory, blockchain is a digital entry of records in ‘blocks’, with each of the next-block attached to the previous one to form an unending series of chain. Storing the data on a blockchain not only provides a single view of the truth but also prevents data from ever-being falsified. This, in particular, is of great interest to cold chain experts and stakeholders.

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