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IBM announces new blockchain initiatives for supply chain transparency

Amid growing concerns over the ethical sourcing of minerals such as cobalt, IBM and other major companies are developing blockchain platforms to make the supply chain 100% transparent. IBM and MineHub Technologies say the global mining and metals market suffered in the past from inefficiencies due to manual, paper-based processes

It is not just about securing supplies of minerals these days, it is about securing them in a transparently ethical manner

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