Recent market reports suggest that the global blockchain technology market in ag could grow by more than 50% during the 5 years, with the primary barrier to expansion being information security.
With ag data connectivity and security being areas of trending importance for manufacturers, dealers and farmers, at the 2019 National Farming Machinery Show in Louisville, we invited companies to offer a perspective on how and when blockchain will emerge in ag.
While still a vague concept for some — others see more defined entry points and intersection with the industry.
In today’s Precision Farming Dealer podcast, we share excerpts from those company conversations, with outlook and obstacles to blockchain becoming a part of precision farming business.
Intro Music: Squire Tuck - Rush to the Head
Interlude Music: Squire Tuck - Expressing One's Emotions in Public
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