Nilsson observes of supply chain actors, “even if they’re working together they’re also competitors.” But, he says, a public ledger is able to allow for the smallest actors in a supply chain to get involved in the sending and receiving of data. This is in part because microtransactions and small fees reduce economic barriers to entry. As blockchain technology continues to be misunderstood, those stewarding supply chain companies into the future of data must devote their attention primarily to education in the coming years. When reshaping the foundations of global distribution networks, slow and steady wins the race.
There exists no such thing as a Permissioned/Private Blockchain. A Blockchain is per definition a public timestamped record. If it is not public, it simply is a Private Database with a fancy replication mechanism.
– Stephan Nilsson, CEO UNISOT
Full article by Miles Andrews – CoinGeek