BlockLab, a blockchain incubator in the Port of Rotterdam, will launch applications to promote green power and improve logistics efficiency

On April 29th, BlockLab, the blockchain incubator in Port of Rotterdam, is starting to launch its first applications. According to the port, two use cases in the Port of Rotterdam can benefit from a blockchain-supported solution. The first is for the grid, promoting green power, using blockchain technology to design trading platforms, and automating transactions by building smart contracts; the application is ready and will begin testing at the port this year. The other is a blockchain application designed to improve logistics efficiency, which will safely track the ownership and location of the bill of lading for the shipment.