Episode 27: Blockchain in the New Norm – Part 6

Navigating in the #newnorm, how can #enterprises communicate #trust to the market? 

How do you assure your customers, partners and other stakeholders about the safety of your products and services? That you are operating a safe and secure business?

I explore this in my 6th episode of Blockchain in the New norm. 

Welcome to the Blockchain Hustle where I take a look at some interesting plays of how blockchain technology is opening up new business vistas across multiple industries.

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[00.17]     Episode introduction

[01.52]     Example – Viking Line with DNV GL’s MyCare on ToolChain

[04.32]    Why blockchain

[05.59]    What I’ll share in the next episode

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