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June 18, 2018, 03:51:14 PM
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Belgium’s Brussels Airport has integrated blockchain technology in its freight management app, BRUcloud. BRUcloud is an open data sharing platform launched in 2016 with an aim to make data sharing in a cloud environment possible. “It enables the different stakeholders of the air cargo supply chain to work more integrated and act as a network,” said Sara

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Belgium’s Brussels Airport has integrated blockchain technology in its freight management app, BRUcloud. BRUcloud is an open data sharing platform launched in 2016 with an aim to make data sharing in a cloud environment possible. “It enables the different stakeholders of the air cargo supply chain to work more integrated and act as a network,” said Sara

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don't see how is this connected to cryptocurrencies other than blockchain in  the name of the article
they did nothing but made the ledger public to the shareholders  and stored the data centrally
this does cut expenses though (hopefully,since it is too early to tell)and I expect more and more companies follow the suit

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