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Listen: Energy Evolution | Battery makers & miners turn to blockchain to solve transparency concerns, incentivize investment

Pressure to improve metals supply chain transparency is growing, spurred by legislation as well as requirements set by end users like electric vehicle battery makers as they sign supply agreements with miners. At the same time, commodity producers are looking for ways to lure a new investor base to the industry. Supply chain participants are now turning to blockchain to help solve both problems.

Energy Evolution correspondent Camellia Moors spoke with the leaders of two companies at the intersection of blockchain-based technologies and commodities markets. This episode features interviews with Doug Johnson-Poensgen, founder and CEO of Circulor, which develops blockchain track and trace systems for industrial supply chains, as well as Duane Parnham, CEO of Madison Metals, a uranium mining and exploration company offering a uranium-backed NFT.

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