Jun 01, 2019 at 11:06
Blockchain Traceable Goods to Carry Made in Italy & Stellone Mark
The Made in Italy project aiming at using blockchain to protect goods and services produced in the country, has returned to parliament for further reinforcement. It is a modification to the growth decree, that has brought Five Star Movement (M5S) in the Budget and Finance committees, to resuscitate the issue that had appeared from the draft of the provision before the launch by the Council of Ministers. Other major amendments including internationalization and stabilization of the Made in Italy Plan are also underway.
May 27, 2019 at 10:33
Louis Vuitton to Use Blockchain for Product Authentication
LVMH is set to be the first group in the luxury industry to adopt blockchain technology and DLT for traceability and large-scale product authentication in Italy. The French luxury giant, between the months of May and June, should roll out Aura, a blockchain network for the authentication of its products that will initially be reserved for the Louis Vuitton and Perfumes Christian Dior brands, but which in the future could be extended to all other brands controlled by the group.
May 16, 2019 at 12:52
Italy Explores Blockchain to Trace Goods in Various Markets
Blockchain solutions allow tracking goods through the entire supply chain. A large number of consumers in Italy are highly interested in knowing their origin, how these products are manufactured, handled, transported and other important processes being involved. Companies need to up their game to meet the demands of their customers.