In 2018, we at Datarella started developing the Track & Trust System – the humanitarian supply chain on blockchain – for DFID. The first issue for Track & Trust Proof of Technology to tackle was to track custodianship of shipped goods. This test shipment was a replenishment of family tents, to be delivered from the […]

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October last year in London, we kicked off the Humanitarian Supply Blockchain Proof of Technology with members of Britain’s Department for International Development (DFID) and their Frontier Technology Livestreaming (FTL) programme. The technology to be “proven” in this case was blockchain, specifically within the setting of humanitarian supply chain management. Over the last months, we […]

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On the basis of our humanitarian supply chain project with the UK Government, we explore how to combine security and UX best practices. A question we have in each of our blockchain projects is that of the user-friendliness of having a decentralised architecture. In fact, it’s not only us having that problem but, according to […]

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