Digitalising data blocks in the supply chain

Singapore-based blockchain start-up DiMuto digitalises the agri-food supply chain to help traders ensure authenticity and transparency in record keeping, and allow consumers to know where their food comes from. Each food item is tagged with a unique QR code that links it with the relevant information. PHOTO: DIMUTO
Singapore-based blockchain start-up DiMuto digitalises the agri-food supply chain to help traders ensure authenticity and transparency in record keeping, and allow consumers to know where their food comes from. Each food item is tagged with a unique
Singapore-based blockchain start-up DiMuto digitalises the agri-food supply chain to help traders ensure authenticity and transparency in record keeping, and allow consumers to know where their food comes from. Each food item is tagged with a unique QR code that links it with the relevant information. PHOTO: DIMUTO
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SINGAPORE - Digital tools that engender trust in food, medicine and vaccine provenance will attract Singapore's key research funds from 2021 to 2025.

The National Research Foundation's (NRF) newly announced $25 billion fund will also cover efforts to commercialise these technologies over the next five years to secure Singapore's digital leadership.

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