Podcast: TradeLens on IBM Blockchain Pulse

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On a recent IBM Blockchain Pulse Podcast episode, TradeLens Director of Strategy and Operations, Daniel Wilson, offers a personal take on the history, context and development of the platform.

It's a great way to hear the origin story of the TradeLens project and get a crystal-clear explanation of how the ecosystem, platform and marketplace work together. Daniel also unpacks the key attributes of visibility, security, and flexibility for the listener, all while engaged in entertaining banter with the podcast host, Matt Hooper.

A great journey-to-work listen for anyone interested in TradeLens and the power of blockchain-powered collaborative platforms in the supply-chain.

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