The need for a globally-connected supply chain system is clearer than ever

Shipping containers are seen stacked at Beirut's port, during a countrywide lockdown to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Beirut, Lebanon, April 8, 2020 Image: REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir

Niall Murphy

Co-founder and CEO, EVRYTHNG


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What is the World Economic Forum doing about blockchain interoperability in global supply chains?

Niall Murphy, CEO & Co-Founder of EVRYTHNG, a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer
EVRYTHNG's Blockchain Integration Hub enables data about products to be replicated to, or collected from, different blockchains. Image: EVRYTHNG

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