Luxury goods companies want nothing but the best. Their customers are ready to pay the high price, but they want to be sure that they get the premium quality object. That is why these companies always keep an eye on the innovative technologies. No wonder Richemont, the luxury goods giant that owns well-known brands like Cartier, Vacheron Constantin, Piaget, Alfred Dunhill and Montblanc, has turned its attention to blockchain.
Richemont plans to achieve increased transparency of its supply chain with the help of the blockchain technology. Jin Keyu, a board member

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