This week, our very own Mike Vandenbergh, Director of Emerging Technologies for The Seam, led a blockchain lunch & learn at our headquarters. Mike recently joined us at The Seam after previously working at Micopact Global as Vice President of Information Technology.
Greater Memphis Chamber president Phil Trenary and various cotton, peanut and other commodity industry leaders were present as The Seam celebrated its expanded agritech operations this past April. The expansion came after an announcement in January that it was working to form a blockchain-based ecosystem for global trading and field-to-fabric supply chain innovations.
In this week’s blockchain round-up, we have compiled three articles on this hot topic. Each one offers a unique perspective into blockchain technology, with an article on the technology’s background to articles on how it will improve IT and its adoption within banks and institutions.
It’s been a busy summer this year for The Seam with Chairman and CEO Mark Pryor presenting on blockchain technology in different parts of the U.S. and in Europe. He recently returned from presenting at the European Cocoa Association in Paris on how this technology has the potential to modernize and transform physical commodities trading.
On June 12, our Chairman and CEO, Mark Pryor, spoke at the European Cocoa Association (ECA) in Paris on how blockchain technology has the potential to modernize and transform physical commodities trading.
Chain Business Insights, LLC, an independent research firm, released its first benchmark survey on blockchain in supply chain. The firm, which focuses on the application of blockchain in supply chain management and trade finance, states that the survey provides the current state of play of blockchain in the industry, and can be effectively monitored for change.
On May 25, The Seam Chairman and CEO Mark Pryor, presented on cotton blockchain technology at the American Cotton Shippers Association (ACSA) annual convention. The ACSA is a respected trade association in the U.S. and abroad that represents the merchants of raw cotton.