Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry

  • Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
  • The pilot shows that complex, global supply chains can be made transparent by using blockchain technology.”
  • With the seafood industry notorious for human rights abuses and illegal fishing, campaigners hope the technology, piloted by a UK-based company Provenance , could help retailers, manufacturers and restaurants prove the origins of their fish.
  • Smartphones could be used to scan fish products used in the trial to access information on their origins and journey to the supermarket shelf.
  • Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry

Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
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Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry

  • Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
  • The pilot shows that complex, global supply chains can be made transparent by using blockchain technology.”
  • With the seafood industry notorious for human rights abuses and illegal fishing, campaigners hope the technology, piloted by a UK-based company Provenance , could help retailers, manufacturers and restaurants prove the origins of their fish.
  • Smartphones could be used to scan fish products used in the trial to access information on their origins and journey to the supermarket shelf.
  • Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry

Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
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Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry

  • Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
  • The pilot shows that complex, global supply chains can be made transparent by using blockchain technology.”
  • With the seafood industry notorious for human rights abuses and illegal fishing, campaigners hope the technology, piloted by a UK-based company Provenance , could help retailers, manufacturers and restaurants prove the origins of their fish.
  • Smartphones could be used to scan fish products used in the trial to access information on their origins and journey to the supermarket shelf.
  • Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry

Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
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Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry

  • Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
  • The pilot shows that complex, global supply chains can be made transparent by using blockchain technology.”
  • With the seafood industry notorious for human rights abuses and illegal fishing, campaigners hope the technology, piloted by a UK-based company Provenance , could help retailers, manufacturers and restaurants prove the origins of their fish.
  • Smartphones could be used to scan fish products used in the trial to access information on their origins and journey to the supermarket shelf.
  • Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry

Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
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Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry

  • Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
  • The pilot shows that complex, global supply chains can be made transparent by using blockchain technology.”
  • Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry
  • Smartphones could be used to scan fish products used in the trial to access information on their origins and journey to the supermarket shelf.
  • With the seafood industry notorious for human rights abuses and illegal fishing, campaigners hope the technology, piloted by a UK-based company Provenance , could help retailers, manufacturers and restaurants prove the origins of their fish.

Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
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Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry

Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry @tom_levitt

  • Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
  • The pilot shows that complex, global supply chains can be made transparent by using blockchain technology.”
  • With the seafood industry notorious for human rights abuses and illegal fishing, campaigners hope the technology, piloted by a UK-based company Provenance , could help retailers, manufacturers and restaurants prove the origins of their fish.
  • Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry
  • At present the buying and selling of seafood is tracked by paper records and tags on the fish.

Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
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Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry

  • Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
  • The pilot shows that complex, global supply chains can be made transparent by using blockchain technology.”
  • Blockchain technology trialled to tackle slavery in the fishing industry
  • Smartphones could be used to scan fish products used in the trial to access information on their origins and journey to the supermarket shelf.
  • With the seafood industry notorious for human rights abuses and illegal fishing, campaigners hope the technology, piloted by a UK-based company Provenance , could help retailers, manufacturers and restaurants prove the origins of their fish.

Technology could be used to differentiate fish caught sustainably to those caught illegally, or linked to human rights abuses
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