Blockchain wants to work with your financial supply chain

Only a few months ago, blockchain was considered to a bit geeky, and known mainly in crypto-hacking and techno-banking circles. Critics said it was a technology in search of use cases. Whilst it’s hardly widely-adopted, blockchain certainly found its feet in 2016, and we’re now seeing banks experimenting with a variety of POC use cases around international payments, e-identity and smart contracts.  But now, blockchain has a big new target in its sights – digitising the financial supply chain. And it has the potential to save you millions. Read more: