Blockchain and the Food Supply Chain Webinar

Events / Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Blockchain technology is transforming business operations across industries far beyond payments and financial services. One compelling example is the food supply chain, where blockchain offers improved efficiency, transparency and proof of authenticity, along with significant advances in food traceability and safety.

In this webinar, BakerHostetler’s blockchain team members provided an introduction to the key concepts that make blockchain a transformative technology, then turn to focus on blockchain applications for food supply chains, and a review of current food industry pilot programs. The speakers discussed how to recognize when blockchain is – or is not – a good fit for solving business problems, and highlight critical issues in designing and implementing a blockchain solution.


Recorded Webinar

For questions, contact Lindsay Sonich at 216.861.6448.


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