Cookies

We use cookies to give you the best experience on our website. You can find out more about which cookies we use or disable them in the settings. - Go to cookie settings

Go to content

Onderzoek WUR naar blockchain en agrifood

Published 21 September 2018

RSS Feed

This article was placed on: dbc

Het Wageningen University Research Center heeft een onderzoek gedaan naar de potentie van blockchain in de agrifood sector. Lees hier onder het bericht in het Engels en/of download het rapport.


This report documents experiences and findings from the public private partnership (PPP) project ‘Blockchain for Agrifood’ that was started in March 2017 by the Wageningen University Research Center.

The project aims to contribute to a better understanding of the blockchain technology (BCT) and its implications for agrifood, especially how it can impact specific aspects of supply chains and what is needed to apply BCT in agrifood chains.


Read more about Blockchain and agriculture on the website of the Wageningen University Research Center.


A second aim of this project is to conceptualise and develop a proof of concept in an application based on a use case concerning table grapes from South Africa where BCT could be applied. This has been done by building a demonstrator that keeps track of different certificates involved in the table grapes supply chain.


The code of this demonstrator is published at Github.1


Furthermore, the project explored issues regarding the relevance, applicability and implications of BCT for the agrifood sector through literature study and stakeholder consultation.


Download the report here


Interesting for you

News

Company Passport @ EBSI Ecosystem Day – “W3bsi, Tr...

16 May 2024

Planq sluit zich aan als nieuwe partner bij de DBC

15 May 2024

Rapport “Decision-making of blockchain development...

10 May 2024
See all the news

Pages

Dutch Blockchain Coalition

5 April 2022

Key Enabling Technologies

4 October 2022

Agenda

Currently there are no events or meetings planned for this topic.

See all the events
  • Privacy overview
  • Necessary cookies
  • Third-party cookies
  • Additional cookies
  • Privacy and cookies

This website uses functional, analytical and tracking cookies to improve the website

Strictly Necessary Cookies must be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.

This website uses Google Analytics and Hotjar to collect anonymous information, such as the number of visitors to the site and the most popular pages.

Keeping this cookie enabled allows us to improve our website.

This website uses the following additional cookies/services:

Read more about our cookies