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Blockchain, traceability, fashion chain and eBIZ
21/03/2019
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Today, with colleagues from our task force dedicated to blockchains, we did our first test of writing smart contract for the Ethereum environment.
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We are learning and trying to ask ourselves about blockchain usage scenarios: Smart City and industrial supply chains ... re-using the know-how we already have in terms of interoperability, standards and networks of fashion SMEs.

I thank the people of Quadrans and Foodchain for their precious experience, also thanks to them we understood a little more how much nonsense is said on the subject and how long and demanding the road is.

From today we start to think about how eBIZ and all the experience on standards and related transactional documents can bring an advantage to those who develop blockchain applications in the supply chain.

Tomorrow we participate in a work group on the feasibility of a blockchain application for the traceability of Made in Italy wanted by the ministry (MISE) and conducted by IBM.



https://www.blockchain4innovation.it/tag/made-in-italy/

https://www.tomshw.it/altro/blockchain-ecco-il-progetto-pilota-del-mise-per-la-tutela-del-made-in-italy/

On 4 April then in Geneva.

And soon the regional SmartChain project ...



http://www.unece.org/info/media/news/trade/2019/unece-and-partners-accelerate-action-for-a-sustainable-garment-and-footwear-industry-at-oecd-due-diligence-forum/doc.html
Related link (English)
Blockchain4innovation   Unece.org
Blockchain4innovation





 
A presentation of eBIZ benefits for the fashion supply chains explained by entrepreneurs and technician of the firms already adopting it: IN.CO, Cariaggi, Piacenza, Loro Piana, Albini and others.


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