Here’s how blockchain could fight illegal fishing and help tuna stocks recover (WEF)

  • More than half of the world’s tuna comes from the Pacific Ocean, but tuna fisheries are suffering from depleted stocks and illegal fishing.
  • Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing is a major threat to marine biodiversity, the sustainability and balance of marine ecosystems, and to fish populations worldwide.
  • By tracking the fish from the moment it’s caught, blockchain would make it impossible for any illegal or unreported tuna to enter the market.

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/02/blockchain-tuna-sustainability-fisheries-food-security/

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Blokchain and Cryptocurrencies: trends and prospects (Valdai Discussion Club)

The rapid expansion of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology have caused a great stir around the globe. While people attempt to ‘catch the last train’ making money on cryptocurrencies, states seek to respond to the challenge and benefit from these technological advances.

http://valdaiclub.com/a/reports/blokchain-and-cryptocurrencies-trends-and-prospects/