WWF Uses a Blockchain to Eradicate Illegal Fishing and Slavery

According to an announcement from the organisation the transparency of the distributed ledger will prevent consumers from purchasing tuna from illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing in the Pacific Islands. Additionally, it will help to eradicate human rights abuses. This is just another example of how the blockchain is being widely applied to different industries and not just the financial sector.

As part of the innovative initiative, WWF-Australia, WWF-Fiji, and WWF-New Zealand have teamed up with global tech innovator ConsenSys, information and communications technology implementer TraSeable, and tuna fishing and processing company Sea Quest Fiji Ltd. to deliver the project.

Reference: https://www.ccn.com/wwf-uses-the-blockchain-to-eradicate-illegal-fishing-and-slavery-in-the-tuna-industry/

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