The Ocean

Blockchain could police the fishing industry - here's how

Tuna: overstretched and overfished - how can blockchain help? Image: REUTERS/Pichi Chuang

Kate Whiting

Senior Writer, Formative Content


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This scannable technology could help you trace the fish you buy Image: Netflix/WWF
Illegal fishing drives declines in certain fish stocks. Traceability can help fight those declines. Image: International Seafood Sustainability Foundation
This scanning feature could wipe out the market for illegal tuna. Image: WWF/Netflix

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