Bonus Episode: The History of BiTA

Bonus Episode: The History of BiTA

JP and Zach Strickland were at the McLeod CFO conference at the Westin in Nashville. We sat down with BiTA Managing Director and co-founder (and FreightWaves CEO!) Craig Fuller and McLeod's VP of Special Projects Ken Craig, also a BiTA cofounder, to talk about the history of the Blockchain in Transport Alliance. We talk about technology alliances, intellectual property, data standards, and, of course, the promise of blockchain.

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Blue Horseshoe joins the Blockchain in Transportation Alliance

Blue Horseshoe joins the Blockchain in Transportation Alliance

Blue Horseshoe, a global software and services firm specializing in supply chain and logistics, has joined the Blockchain in Transportation Alliance (BiTA).

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Omnichain Solutions joins fellow supply chain leaders in the Blockchain in Transport Alliance

Omnichain Solutions joins fellow supply chain leaders in the Blockchain in Transport Alliance

Omnichain Solutions (Omnichain), a supply chain technology startup that leverages the power of Blockchain, announces it has joined the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA).

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MercuryGate joins the Blockchain in Transport Alliance

MercuryGate joins the Blockchain in Transport Alliance

MercuryGate International, Inc., a leading provider of transportation management system (TMS) solutions, announced today that the company has joined the Blockchain in Transport Alliance.

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Digital transformation solutions provider Collabrian Design and Technology joins BiTA

Digital transformation solutions provider Collabrian Design and Technology joins BiTA

Collabrian Design and Technology, a provider of digital transformation solutions to the transportation and logistics industry, has become the newest member of the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA).

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Data standardization is the need of the hour in the maritime industry

Data standardization is the need of the hour in the maritime industry

Hapag-Lloyd believes that data standardization would help various stakeholders to collaborate together and improve the supply chain efficiency in the maritime industry.

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ShipChain gets South Carolina cease-and-desist vacated

ShipChain gets South Carolina cease-and-desist vacated

ShipChain, a South Carolina-based blockchain logistics startup, successfully resolved a dispute with the Securities Division of the South Carolina Attorney General’s office. A cease and desist order entered in May was vacated yesterday.

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How blockchain and technology are digitizing the first mile

How blockchain and technology are digitizing the first mile

According to CB Insights, “the maritime shipping industry accounts for 90% of global trade and is only now beginning to leverage technology. This shift could have far-reaching impact on retailers, consumer goods companies, manufacturers, and more.”

With this important industry in mind, CB Insights hosted a July 24 webinar to “explore how shipping companies and global ports are utilizing automation and blockchain technology to revolutionize the shipping industry,” taking a look at various aspects of the supply chain along the way.

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Redwood’s Rempel: supply chain doesn’t know blockchain, blockchain doesn’t know supply chain

Redwood’s Rempel: supply chain doesn’t know blockchain, blockchain doesn’t know supply chain

Panelists from Redwood Logistics, Slync, the Trusted IoT Alliance, and Flux Protocol discussed the difficulties of pushing adoption of blockchain-powered IoT devices, despite the technology’s obvious potential.

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BitMEX CEO: what a trader wants, what a trader needs

BitMEX CEO: what a trader wants, what a trader needs

In a speech attacking the very premises of decentralized cryptocurrency exchanges, BitMEX CEO Arthur Hayes laid out what traders really care about, and what makes futures exchanges successful.

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The future of meat and what it means to the freight and logistics industry

The future of meat and what it means to the freight and logistics industry

Laboratory grown meat is coming to the market soon, and this could disrupt traditional food supply chains as the trucking industry might haul lesser livestock in the future.

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