Blockchain is the best mechanism currently available to deal with the problems in the supply chain, said senior advisor at Fantom Foundation Dai-Kyu Kim. His comments come at a turbulent time for the global supply chain.

Joined by EximChain CEO Hope Liu, Kim was part of a panel discussion at TechCrunch Shenzhen yesterday (November 20) focusing on blockchain’s applications in enhancing the global supply chain.

Within the tech world, the safety of core technologies’ manufacturing and distribution processes have recently been called into question with headlines of “spy chips” from compromised supply chains. Health risks also arise as a result of unsound practices, China’s recent vaccine scandal, in which 900,000 faulty inoculations were distributed around the country, is a prime example.

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Chris Udemans

Christopher Udemans is a Shanghai-based data and graphics reporter. He covers Chinese artificial intelligence, mobility, and cybersecurity. You can contact him at chrisudemans [at] technode [dot] com.