Blockchain: the vaccine against future disruption in the seafood industry

The owner of Il Maremmano fish shop gives freshly caught fish to a volunteer distributing food to families in need in Tuscany, Italy. Image: Reuters/Jennifer Lorenzini

Bubba Cook

Senior Fisheries Program Officer, World Wildlife Fund

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