Blockchain technology has played an important role in boosting the sharing economy’s technological infrastructure and developing innovative services in Italy since it is seen as the most suitable solution to major issues including security, privacy, transparency and interoperability.
The MiSE has partnered with SMI and IBM to design a blockchain project that will trace a product through every phase of production. Initially, the trial project will be supported by 30 companies and this number is expected to grow. The fashion industry will benefit from using the new technology most of all.
The Seattle-based giant Starbucks is exploring the Azure Blockchain Cloud Service from Microsoft to track coffee. The partnership will also use other major innovative technologies including artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT), cryptocurrency, etc., to strengthen its bean-to-cup and further resolve prevailing problems in various sections of services.
Recently, the Governor of Maryland, United States, Larry Hogan, officially signed a bill into law to amend the General Corporation Law of the state. Senate Bill 136 enables the industrial use of blockchain by private corporations to carry out proper and secure record keeping. The new amendments will come into force in October this year.
The Italian Ministry of Economic Development (MiSE) established a working group to explore artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain possibilities to boost the country's development. The two groups of experts will be responsible for outlining regulatory frameworks and application scenarios that will help in creating the national strategies that will be sent to the European Commission.
Blockchain, cryptocurrency and distributed ledger technology (DLT) represents a technological revolution, but the utility of this innovation is not yet known by many people. It will change the future of Italian companies.
The giant Italian bioplastic manufacturer decided to explore blockchain and distributed ledger technology and its potential for its sustainable production. A startup called EarthBi has chosen the blockchain for ensuring characteristics and tracing its manufactured bioplastic products in Italy.
Blockchain, cryptocurrency, and other innovative techs have significant disruptive potential. Within the course of time, this fact becomes obvious not only for community enthusiasts but also for traditional industry players. That is probably the major reason for world electronic bulls to explore the innovative possibilities to boost their own progress.
Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) are becoming known and adopted by a wider audience including banks, government, companies and others, daily. However, most people and institutions, have been confusing these two terms – they actually don’t know the differences between these two technologies. Let’s dig into it.