UK startup Agriledger recently announced a blockchain ecosystem for farmers in Haiti.
It is expected that this will bring not only clarity to the supply chain, but should help sales as well.
In a February 28th post, Agriledger stated that their goal was ensuring that farmers receive adequate pay for their crops.
According to CoinTelegraph, Agriledger’s blockchain-based solution assigns farmers enrolled in the system with a digital ID number. With this ID, farmers become part of the digital supply chain.
Agriledger additionally allows these Haitian farmers to tokenize their products, granting them greater access to peer-to-peer dealings.
Parties can now trust the validity of data they interact with, which smooths the process of acquiring loans and other financial services for the participating farmers.
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