Indonesia agritech startup HARA goes on the blockchain


What began as a way to help farmers make data-driven decisions has unexpectedly expanded into blockchain. How does HARA plan to use this technology to improve outcomes in agriculture?

Despite the caution arising from inefficiencies and scams related to blockchain, entrepreneurs and corporations are increasingly turning to the technology for new, creative solutions to old problems. Banks are testing blockchain to facilitate fund transfers, for example, while other companies are using it to track the movement of goods or changes in data; in some respects, the hype for blockchain is well-earned.Recent adopters of blockchain technology, Indonesian companies are nonetheless developing interesting applications for it. One example is HARA, which is using blockchain to build a netw...
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