How distributed ledger technology is revolutionizing water markets

A drop of water falls off an irrigation system at a research center of Netafim where the company develops more efficient methods to water crops, in Kibbutz Magal, Israel November 30, 2020. Picture taken November 30, 2020.

75% of irrigated farms experience regular water shortages. Image: REUTERS/Amir Cohen.

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Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Civic Ledger
Fraser MacLeod
Business Development and Strategic Partnerships (Europe) Water Ledger, Civic Ledger
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