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May 01, 2018, 10:09:39 AM
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IBM and a group of gold and diamond industry companies have announced the creation of “the first cross-industry initiative to use blockchain to trace the provenance of finished pieces of jewelry across the supply chain for increased transparency”, according to a press release.
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IBM and a group of gold and diamond industry companies have announced the creation of “the first cross-industry initiative to use blockchain to trace the provenance of finished pieces of jewelry across the supply chain for increased transparency”, according to a press release.
I think it is a good news for cryptocurrency in general for IBM and that group of gold and diamond industry companies to take interest into creating their own blockchain ran platform since it would as well mean the start of flowing in of institutional money. You should include your sources for your claims though so that others can easily verify the credibility of the news you have given us.
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