Future of Agriculture – How Tokens are Used to Decentralize the Agricultural S

Future of Agriculture – How Tokens are Used to Decentralize the Agricultural S


Tomaz Levak and Ziga Drev are the founders of OriginTrail, a service that developed the first purpose-built protocol blockchain-based supply chains. Their protocol aims to bring trust into the supply chain without the need for a middleman brokering trust. The OriginTrail platform was created to bring blockchain tech to supply chains in an interoperable, scalable, and decentralized manner.

 

In this episode, Tomaz and Ziga discuss their product and how it can solve many of the problems encountered with the current supply chain structure. They explain how their product works, the companies they are testing it on, and how it can impact the agricultural sector in the near future. They also share some of the ways you can become involved in their product, such as by being an investor.

 

“Blockchain is a technology that allows you to get rid of this middleman that is brokering trust.”– Ziga Drev

 

This Week on The Future of Agriculture Podcast:

 

  • How do you get Blockchain technology to scale?
  • What are the incentives in implementing Blockchain?
  • When did they realize Blockchain was the solution to supply chain problems?
  • How does OriginTrail’s protocol work?
  • How Blockchain changes the way we do open source projects.
  • What is Trace and can you buy it with currency or is it only acquired by participating in the supply chain?
  • What’s the next step for OriginTrail?

 

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