There’s been much hype this year about how decentralization can disrupt the business of logistics, a huge industry that covers order fulfillment — from transportation, shipping, warehousing, door-to-door delivery and product returns. Blockchain can be one solution.

NEM Foundation, proprietors of top 20 crypto XEM, recently announced that MuleChain, a decentralized peer-to-peer (P2P) logistics startup, will use the NEM blockchain. According to Sept. 4 blog, entrepreneurs can grow their logistics business on the MuleChain decentralized P2P network.

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