New blockchain platform aims to track one-third of all shipping containers globally By Cointelegraph

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New blockchain platform aims to track one-third of all shipping containers globally

Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN) has launched a new blockchain-based platform that could potentially track one-third of shipping containers across the globe.

The GSBN was founded in October 2020 by eight global national freight maritime cargo companies to build a blockchain platform that digitizes shipping processes, such as document issuance, clearance and logistics data.