Blockchain-Traced Seafood in Supply Chains
A Case Study of Norwegian Salmon for the Chinese Market. Master thesis by Andreas Høieggen Steensæth - Molde University College.
Sporbarhet av fisk
Vemund Holte Igesund & Fredrik Sebastian Rognstad fra Høgskolen i Molde var i dialog med UNISOT, som nylig har utviklet et sporbarhetssystem som tar i bruk blockchain teknologi for sporing av fiskeprodukter.
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