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Blockchain based traceability for the seafood industry:

To address the fragmentation of most seafood supply chains Fishcoin has been designed as a peer-to-peer network that allows independent industry stakeholders to harness the power of blockchain using a shared protocol so that data can be trusted, transparent, and secure.

A Stablecoin token that incentivizes data sharing:

The flow of tokens moves from buyers to sellers in supply chains, thus rewarding those who make the extra effort to capture and communicate data. This shifts the economic burden to downstream actors such as hotels, restaurants and retailers who benefit most from traceability.

An ecosystem approach to industry transformation:

Unlike many blockchain initiatives, Fishcoin is not based on a central company or entity. Instead it is designed to be a decentralized ecosystem that incentivizes data capture so that an ecosystem of companies and 3rd party developers can benefit by adding value to the network.”

Keywords: Traceability of responsibly sourced goods, Digital and high-speed communication networks for human rights, Data collection and management for human rights, blockchain for human rights, Fishcoin, Social media for human rights, fintech for human rights