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Blockchain is a growing retail technology, essentially a  list of records, linked and secured using cryptography. Here we have a collection of articles about blockchain in retail. 

Blockchain-based assets can be utilized as better, more efficient methods of distributing value for various business operations. Uncover the four reasons major retailers will almost assuredly develop their own cryptocurrencies in the near future.

Blockchain technology may have an enormous impact on the retail industry and 2018 is shaping up to be a critical year. Learn how these five retailers have been exploring blockchain and are now moving forward with real-world uses for the technology in our April feature.

Is accepting Bitcoin as payment right for your business? From paying vendors to processing customer transactions, let’s take a look at six business-minded cryptocurrency benefits.

Starbucks will launch a pilot program with coffee farmers in its supply chain to develop next-level data technology to log and share real-time information along the journey of coffee beans. Learn the details.

Starbucks suffered weak holiday sales, but offered up strong digital plan to rebound. Learn the details and hear Howard Schultz's thoughts on blockchain.

This is one article you don't want to miss. Check out our annual look at the trends, buzzwords, tech, and ideas that will dominate the retail industry over the next year.

Download this Roadmap report and discover how implementing cutting-edge solutions like digital sourcing, blockchain, IoT and RFID are helping retailers track product throughout the supply chain and get a leg up on the competition.

The unification of items and their data is a key to winning in the age of omnichannel. See how blockchain is helping retailers optimize the supply chain and granting early adopters a leg up on the competition.

Chances are you’ve come across the word Bitcoin several times – at the very least, in some general finance related news.

Kroger and Walmart, as well as other companies across the global food supply chain, have announced a major blockchain collaboration with IBM intended to strengthen consumer confidence in the global food system.

The potential applications of blockchain are endless, and for retailers blockchain will be revolutionary. Will your organization be a leader or a laggard?