Image: HB Antwerp – Instagram “Diamonds used to be nameless, with us they get their own DNA and everyone can follow their
Image: https://ethereum.org/en/ NFTs and diamonds were made for each other, with both being predicated on an idea of uniqueness and blockbuster prices.
Despite the fact that the diamond industry took three body blows from the COVID-19 pandemic, there are clear reasons for hope.
With blockchain technology the diamond industry wants to dispel doubts about the origin of the stones. But that is not enough for
Is this luxury watch real? Do the diamonds come from a mine where human rights have been violated? In order to clarify
De Beers has successfully traced the progress of 100 high-value diamonds from mine to retail using its new blockchain platform: Tracr.
IBM has partnered with members of the diamond and jewelry industry to create a blockchain platform for improving traceability.
De Beers is piloting blockchain technology for the diamond industry, working with a small number of participants to test how it works,
Alrosa is considering implementing blockchain or other technology ideas for its rough and polished stones to address challenges with conflict diamonds and