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On further review of the link. The link is a PDF not a live page. I will add the document using the document icon. This will make it easier for others to view the document. Thank you.
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Sorry for a second update, but via the 8020 App it’s obviously not possible commenting and insterting a functional link. So here is the link to the DHL/IBM document about AI in logistics.

https://www.logistics.dhl/content/dam/dhl/global/core/documents/pdf/glo-ai-in-logistics-white-paper.pdf

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Hi Michel, you are correct you can not add a link to comment box, but if you make an update as you have... click the black icon that looks like a paperclip in the update widget ... This will make you link live. I will repost and show you.
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Sorry for a second update, but via the 8020 App it’s obviously not possible commenting and insterting a functional link. So here is the link to the DHL/IBM document about AI in logistics.

https://www.logistics.dhl/content/dam/dhl/global/core/documents/pdf/glo-ai-in-logistics-white-paper.pdf

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Sorry for a second update, but via the 8020 App it’s obviously not possible commenting and insterting a functional link. So here is the link to the DHL/IBM document about AI in logistics.

https://www.logistics.dhl/content/dam/dhl/global/core/documents/pdf/glo-ai-in-logistics-white-paper.pdf

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Interesting article! And maybe there is an option for GBLC using DM AI technology for demand management in a kind of predictive logistics. That would also prevent food waste. And it could be also a good scalable solution for GBLC LG, Hyundai, ... contracts. Maybe you want to have a look at: https://www.logistics.dhl/content/dam/dhl/global/core/documents/pdf/glo-ai-in-logistics-white-paper.pdf
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Great article yesterday in support of our Global Food Supply Focus new release on December 11. [For those that don't have Globe and Mail subscriber access] Lettuce is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to food traceability MARCOS DA SILVA THE GLOBE AND MAIL ‎December 13 at 6:22 PM Marcos Da Silva is the Big Data practice lead at Adastra Corp. He uses data and computers to solve meaningful problems in the real world. Food safety and trust have been top of mind given the recent incidents in the news. The E. coli outbreak in romaine lettuce, for example, prompted a panic and crisis in consumer confidence after contaminated product popped up in Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick. Meanwhile, earlier this month, the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity released a study finding only one-third of Canadians trust the government to ensure food safety, and only a third indicated farmers/growers were doing ‘"well" when it came to openness and transparency. I can’t help but think we’re missing the solution to these issues that’s right under our noses. The technology to tackle food safety, waste and consumer trust in the food system exists. Now we need corporate leaders and policy-makers to get on board and support its adoption. Consider the complex journey food takes before it reaches our plates. Lettuce, for example, starts with a seed, moves through the growth and harvesting process, then is distributed via several warehouses before it reaches the grocery store. With that many handlers in the process, passing through sometimes multiple countries, it’s no wonder growers have trouble ensuring a product’s quality, and consumers are hesitant to trust its safety. Now, a technology that was initially invented to serve as the public transaction ledger of the cryptocurrency bitcoin has found an application to increase trust in the food we eat. The buzz around this emerging technology is certainly noisy, thanks to the frenzy surrounding bitcoin. But in the realm of food safety, it has important and real implications for everyday Canadians. With blockchain, all parties involved in a food product’s journey can contribute to a database in a secure, encrypted ledger, accessible by all. It can then be accessed through a bar code that’s attached to the item. The implications of this for consumers and farmers can’t be understated. If consumers have a better understanding of where their food has been, sentiments about farmers' and growers’ transparency will change. And if food providers can identify the precise machine, plant or warehouse that’s contaminated, it will lead to more targeted recourse and avoid widespread chaos. Food waste is also an environmental issue that must be addressed. If growers can identify exactly which produce is contaminated, consumers, growers and retailers won’t have to discard massive amounts of food. Food waste already costs the Canadian economy up to $100-billion annually. There’s no need to let this number climb when it can be solved so easily. There are surely challenges ahead for blockchain adoption in the food system. For example, finding the right way to get barcodes that are permanent but not damaging onto our products. These are tough but not unsolvable issues. Canadian engineers, with support from food safety organizations, must tackle this project to enhance the health and safety of all consumers. Projects using blockchain in the food system are under way in Canada that could be widely adopted. Toronto-area technology firm Adastra has built a blockchain solution for a local Ontario grower of edible organic plants to track its products, and is integrating it with the grower’s production system. Now it’s time for growers, agricultural organizations and policymakers to take a closer look at blockchain as a solution. With more food growers, and the explosion of new markets, tracking food products across a complex supply chain is trickier than ever. But plants are just one application of blockchain technology – it can also be used to trace fish, meat and vegetables as they travel to our plates. People should feel safe in the food they eat. And Canadian farmers and growers simply can’t afford further dips in consumer confidence or potential contaminations. We must look to implement the solutions being used right now to preserve the health of the population and the integrity of the food system.

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/commentary/article-lettuce-is-just-the-tip-of-the-iceberg-when-it-comes-to-food/

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Great article yesterday in support of our Global Food Supply Focus new release on December 11. [For those that don't have Globe and Mail subscriber access] Lettuce is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to food traceability MARCOS DA SILVA THE GLOBE AND MAIL ‎December 13 at 6:22 PM Marcos Da Silva is the Big Data practice lead at Adastra Corp. He uses data and computers to solve meaningful problems in the real world. Food safety and trust have been top of mind given the recent incidents in the news. The E. coli outbreak in romaine lettuce, for example, prompted a panic and crisis in consumer confidence after contaminated product popped up in Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick. Meanwhile, earlier this month, the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity released a study finding only one-third of Canadians trust the government to ensure food safety, and only a third indicated farmers/growers were doing ‘"well" when it came to openness and transparency. I can’t help but think we’re missing the solution to these issues that’s right under our noses. The technology to tackle food safety, waste and consumer trust in the food system exists. Now we need corporate leaders and policy-makers to get on board and support its adoption. Consider the complex journey food takes before it reaches our plates. Lettuce, for example, starts with a seed, moves through the growth and harvesting process, then is distributed via several warehouses before it reaches the grocery store. With that many handlers in the process, passing through sometimes multiple countries, it’s no wonder growers have trouble ensuring a product’s quality, and consumers are hesitant to trust its safety. Now, a technology that was initially invented to serve as the public transaction ledger of the cryptocurrency bitcoin has found an application to increase trust in the food we eat. The buzz around this emerging technology is certainly noisy, thanks to the frenzy surrounding bitcoin. But in the realm of food safety, it has important and real implications for everyday Canadians. With blockchain, all parties involved in a food product’s journey can contribute to a database in a secure, encrypted ledger, accessible by all. It can then be accessed through a bar code that’s attached to the item. The implications of this for consumers and farmers can’t be understated. If consumers have a better understanding of where their food has been, sentiments about farmers' and growers’ transparency will change. And if food providers can identify the precise machine, plant or warehouse that’s contaminated, it will lead to more targeted recourse and avoid widespread chaos. Food waste is also an environmental issue that must be addressed. If growers can identify exactly which produce is contaminated, consumers, growers and retailers won’t have to discard massive amounts of food. Food waste already costs the Canadian economy up to $100-billion annually. There’s no need to let this number climb when it can be solved so easily. There are surely challenges ahead for blockchain adoption in the food system. For example, finding the right way to get barcodes that are permanent but not damaging onto our products. These are tough but not unsolvable issues. Canadian engineers, with support from food safety organizations, must tackle this project to enhance the health and safety of all consumers. Projects using blockchain in the food system are under way in Canada that could be widely adopted. Toronto-area technology firm Adastra has built a blockchain solution for a local Ontario grower of edible organic plants to track its products, and is integrating it with the grower’s production system. Now it’s time for growers, agricultural organizations and policymakers to take a closer look at blockchain as a solution. With more food growers, and the explosion of new markets, tracking food products across a complex supply chain is trickier than ever. But plants are just one application of blockchain technology – it can also be used to trace fish, meat and vegetables as they travel to our plates. People should feel safe in the food they eat. And Canadian farmers and growers simply can’t afford further dips in consumer confidence or potential contaminations. We must look to implement the solutions being used right now to preserve the health of the population and the integrity of the food system.

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/commentary/article-lettuce-is-just-the-tip-of-the-iceberg-when-it-comes-to-food/

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Thanks for the contributions to our board and for suggestion. The Deloitte link was right in-line with Graph's Canadian Beef initiative, and your suggestion is well noted. In terms of the Graph's focus on the food supply chain, I thought Marcos Da Silva's write up in the Globe and Mail on Dec 13th was a great supporting editorial to our Global Food Supply Chian Focus press release on Dec. 11th https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/12/11/1664987/0/en/Graph-Focused-On-Global-Food-Supply-Chain-Management.html (Marco's article on a separte comment post as to your point only one URL link per comment)
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... (can't share two links in one comment). Second, PricewaterhousCoopers point of view about blockchain in the agrifood sector, leads me to the recommendation, that gblc could contact the leading international consulting firms (e.g. PWC, Deloitte, McKinsey, ...), and present gblc products to them. Afterwards these consulting firms can recommend gblc-products to their clients. That could be a good sales channel.

https://www.pwc.nl/nl/assets/documents/pwc-agrifood-point-of-view.pdf

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... (can't share two links in one comment). Second, PricewaterhousCoopers point of view about blockchain in the agrifood sector, leads me to the recommendation, that gblc could contact the leading international consulting firms (e.g. PWC, Deloitte, McKinsey, ...), and present gblc products to them. Afterwards these consulting firms can recommend gblc-products to their clients. That could be a good sales channel.

https://www.pwc.nl/nl/assets/documents/pwc-agrifood-point-of-view.pdf

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Thank you for your positive response. That motivates me sharing more of my thoughts and resources. So therefore two more things. First, maybe you find the report of Deloitte "Beefing Up Blockchain - How Blockchain can Transform the Irish Beef Supply Chain" interesting. The second aspect follows in an extra update (can't share

https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/de/Documents/Innovation/Beefing-up-Blockchain-Meat-Supply-Chain-Transformation-Deloitte-2018.pdf

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Hi Michel, we become a better stronger company as we get more idea's in the tank, so very much appreciate you sharing your thoughts and for the link - Our solutions are scalable, so from a tactical standpoint, this is definitely something we'll explore as guidance as we move forward.
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That’s a profitable and necessary focus! I like. If you focus on global food SCM, I recommend keeping the “UN sustainable development goals 2030” in mind. With gblc solutions you can support companies, as well as governments, by monitoring the sustainability of the food supply chain. Maybe you want to have a look at: http://www.fao.org/sustainable-development-goals/indicators/en/keyboard_arrow_downShow Post

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TORONTO, Dec. 11, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Graph Blockchain Inc. (“Graph” or “Company”) (CSE: GBLC) is pleased to announce that the company has been focused on creating blockchain solutions for the Global Food Supply Chain Management Industry (“Global Food SCM”), with the initial launch focused on global beef importation based on client needs. Graph will be expanding its scope from beef to focus on all foods as the need for a blockchain based eco-system for the entire industry is critical.  This move to be more highly engaged in the sector with a blockchain platform for food safety was as a result of discussions with the Canadian government, as well as foreign governments and multi-national conglomerates that are party to the purchase and reselling of food products.

Graph has had conversations with multiple Canadian government representatives from both the Provincial and Federal levels, initially through an invitation to the Canadian Embassy in Seoul to discuss blockchain solutions for the safe and secure importation of Canadian Beef, as press released on November 7, 2018 (click here for more information).  Most recently, discussions included provincial representatives including the Directors of International Trade and Investment as well as the Federal level Trade Commissioner and Investment Officers representing Canada in China.

Through these discussions, including those with multi-national clients, a key factor to using blockchain technology to make a fully transparent eco-system was centered around food safety, with Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, commonly known as mad cow disease, being a major point of concern.  The benefits of blockchain solutions for Global Food SCM is well illustrated in a video of Walmart’s food safety solution which was published in 2017 (click here for video). 

The solution Graph is building, utilizing IBM’s Hyperledger Blockchain, solves a massive problem for the global food industry: with globalization, it is not uncommon for a Canadian family to be eating food originating from 3 or 4 different countries in a single meal.  Currently, when there is a safety concern, there is no efficient way to trace the origins of the product to the packaging facility and back to the farm.  By implementing our solution, we will be able to provide a secure and efficient tracking method that will ensure people are safeguarded from potential harm, and provide information that will allow for quarantining the exact location of where the contamination would have occurred, saving millions of dollars in wasted food products, and stemming the public panic that ensues when large scale recalls are done on food.

Most recently, here in Canada, the issue of food safety management was forced into the spotlight, with the outbreak of E.coli contaminated romaine lettuce, as millions of dollars of produce were taken off the shelves and destroyed.  By virtue of creating a permissioned eco-system through which data is recorded and shared, a trusted network is created as all stakeholders, from the farmers to the retail stores, have full transparency to the audit process.  This acts as an insurance against the negative stigma for farmers who are a part of the blockchain supply chain eco-system, as the reputational damage due to one farm or processing plant, and the subsequent ripple effect, is mitigated, whereas the current situation for the lettuce farmers shows they will struggle to regain market share after this massive recall and scare, which could have been contained and the risk to the industry avoided.

Graph is continuing to build on the company’s expertise in the blockchain technology field and anticipates expanding its reach in the Global Food SCM field, as the company continues to foster new relationships in the area.

“It’s exciting to be a part of this growing area, and while the application of our blockchain technology to the Global Food Supply Chain Management seems obvious from a cost savings standpoint to producers and retailers, it really goes beyond that to benefit all involved in the food system, starting from the farmers, including resources spent by government ministries such as public health offices, right down to the consumer in keeping them safe,” says Peter Kim, CEO of the Company.

About Graph Blockchain Inc.

The Company develops leading-edge private blockchain business intelligence and data management solutions and is a pure play in the graph database technology space. Graph leverages their proprietary integration of the AgensGraph Database engine with IBM’s Hyperledger Fabric to create a transparent and immutable ledger with near real-time transactional data processing and intuitive data visualization. The Company’s powerfully unique solution has translated into a high growth trajectory, with the company securing multiple prototype development contracts with multi-national conglomerates, and the opportunity to sell across client subsidiaries as a full enterprise product.

Additional information on Graph Blockchain Inc. is available at: www.GraphBlockchain.com

To keep updated with all news, corporate information and direct dialogue with Management join our Investor group on 8020 Connect here:  http://bit.ly/8020Graph 

For further information, please contact:

Peter Kim – CEO Graph Blockchain Inc.
Phone:   (416) 482-3282 ext. 229
Email:     pkim@graphblockchain.com

Forward Looking Statements:

The information in this press release includes certain information and statements about management's view of future events, expectations, plans and prospects, including the potential expansion of Graph solutions across governments and multi-national entities, that constitute forward looking statements. These statements are based upon assumptions that are subject to significant risks and uncertainties. Although the Company considers these assumptions to be reasonable based on currently available information, the same may prove to be incorrect, and the forward-looking statements in this press release are subject to numerous risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause future results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such forward looking statements. Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in forward looking statements are reasonable, no assurance can be given that the expectations of any forward-looking statements will prove to be correct. Except as required by law, the Company disclaims any intention and assumes no obligation to update or revise any forward looking statements to reflect actual results, whether as a result of new information, future events, changes in assumptions, changes in factors affecting such forward looking statements or otherwise.

 

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Wow, that sounds promising. Looking forward to great chances.
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NAI 'Institutional and Industrial Investor Conference' - high traffic and interest at our booth from state owned and invested funds!

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China North American Innovative Companies Conference - one final picture in front of the big entrance signage after a full day of meetings!

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Charles, thanks for the comment and support! A lot of great progress in Graph, and with the growth of our company ever more tactical, large investors are taking note. I wanted to share more pictures (but seems I can only post one picture at time), to show the scale of things in China...to put it simply, they do things big in China..big shows, big investors, big figures, and big interest. Keep tuned, as we're just getting started!
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NAI - East to West Investor Gateway Conference Presentation - Then again, getting to showcase Graph's Milestones to a room of invite only Institutional Investors is milestone and validation of our company in itself!

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Great photographs Peter. I almost feel that I'm there with you in China but without the long flight. Hard for me to do long trips anymore. I appreciate the updates. Exciting times ahead.
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NAI - East to West Investor Gateway Conference Presentation - Then again, getting to showcase Graph's Milestones to a room of invite only Institutional Investors is milestone and validation of our company in itself!

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Shenzhen China Investor Conference - while Q&A presentations sessions are great - individual discussions about our focus on Blockchain Global Food Supply Chain Management with potential clients, along with Canadian Federal and Provincial level Trade Commissioner and Investment Officers and Directors, is where the true connections are made.

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NAI - East to West Investor Gateway Conference Presentation - Then again, getting to showcase Graph's Milestones to a room of invite only Institutional Investors is milestone and validation of our company in itself!

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ShenZhen China Conf - Q&A session on our solution - why is it that the best questions are always from the back of the room?

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NAI's 'East to West Investor Gateway' Conference as it was commonly referred to by attendees... rooms filled with state owned and invested funds - China is on another level!

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Had the honor of presenting Graph Blockchain at the NAI "Innovative Companies to Institutional and Industrial Investors Conference" in Shenzhen China.

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8020 Admin posted a press release Graph Focused On Global Food Supply Chain Management in Graph Blockchain Limited

TORONTO, Dec. 11, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Graph Blockchain Inc. (“Graph” or “Company”) (CSE: GBLC) is pleased to announce that the company has been focused on creating blockchain solutions for the Global Food Supply Chain Management Industry (“Global Food SCM”), with the initial launch focused on global beef importation based on client needs. Graph will be expanding its scope from beef to focus on all foods as the need for a blockchain based eco-system for the entire industry is critical.  This move to be more highly engaged in the sector with a blockchain platform for food safety was as a result of discussions with the Canadian government, as well as foreign governments and multi-national conglomerates that are party to the purchase and reselling of food products.

Graph has had conversations with multiple Canadian government representatives from both the Provincial and Federal levels, initially through an invitation to the Canadian Embassy in Seoul to discuss blockchain solutions for the safe and secure importation of Canadian Beef, as press released on November 7, 2018 (click here for more information).  Most recently, discussions included provincial representatives including the Directors of International Trade and Investment as well as the Federal level Trade Commissioner and Investment Officers representing Canada in China.

Through these discussions, including those with multi-national clients, a key factor to using blockchain technology to make a fully transparent eco-system was centered around food safety, with Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, commonly known as mad cow disease, being a major point of concern.  The benefits of blockchain solutions for Global Food SCM is well illustrated in a video of Walmart’s food safety solution which was published in 2017 (click here for video). 

The solution Graph is building, utilizing IBM’s Hyperledger Blockchain, solves a massive problem for the global food industry: with globalization, it is not uncommon for a Canadian family to be eating food originating from 3 or 4 different countries in a single meal.  Currently, when there is a safety concern, there is no efficient way to trace the origins of the product to the packaging facility and back to the farm.  By implementing our solution, we will be able to provide a secure and efficient tracking method that will ensure people are safeguarded from potential harm, and provide information that will allow for quarantining the exact location of where the contamination would have occurred, saving millions of dollars in wasted food products, and stemming the public panic that ensues when large scale recalls are done on food.

Most recently, here in Canada, the issue of food safety management was forced into the spotlight, with the outbreak of E.coli contaminated romaine lettuce, as millions of dollars of produce were taken off the shelves and destroyed.  By virtue of creating a permissioned eco-system through which data is recorded and shared, a trusted network is created as all stakeholders, from the farmers to the retail stores, have full transparency to the audit process.  This acts as an insurance against the negative stigma for farmers who are a part of the blockchain supply chain eco-system, as the reputational damage due to one farm or processing plant, and the subsequent ripple effect, is mitigated, whereas the current situation for the lettuce farmers shows they will struggle to regain market share after this massive recall and scare, which could have been contained and the risk to the industry avoided.

Graph is continuing to build on the company’s expertise in the blockchain technology field and anticipates expanding its reach in the Global Food SCM field, as the company continues to foster new relationships in the area.

“It’s exciting to be a part of this growing area, and while the application of our blockchain technology to the Global Food Supply Chain Management seems obvious from a cost savings standpoint to producers and retailers, it really goes beyond that to benefit all involved in the food system, starting from the farmers, including resources spent by government ministries such as public health offices, right down to the consumer in keeping them safe,” says Peter Kim, CEO of the Company.

About Graph Blockchain Inc.

The Company develops leading-edge private blockchain business intelligence and data management solutions and is a pure play in the graph database technology space. Graph leverages their proprietary integration of the AgensGraph Database engine with IBM’s Hyperledger Fabric to create a transparent and immutable ledger with near real-time transactional data processing and intuitive data visualization. The Company’s powerfully unique solution has translated into a high growth trajectory, with the company securing multiple prototype development contracts with multi-national conglomerates, and the opportunity to sell across client subsidiaries as a full enterprise product.

Additional information on Graph Blockchain Inc. is available at: www.GraphBlockchain.com

To keep updated with all news, corporate information and direct dialogue with Management join our Investor group on 8020 Connect here:  http://bit.ly/8020Graph 

For further information, please contact:

Peter Kim – CEO Graph Blockchain Inc.
Phone:   (416) 482-3282 ext. 229
Email:     pkim@graphblockchain.com

Forward Looking Statements:

The information in this press release includes certain information and statements about management's view of future events, expectations, plans and prospects, including the potential expansion of Graph solutions across governments and multi-national entities, that constitute forward looking statements. These statements are based upon assumptions that are subject to significant risks and uncertainties. Although the Company considers these assumptions to be reasonable based on currently available information, the same may prove to be incorrect, and the forward-looking statements in this press release are subject to numerous risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause future results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such forward looking statements. Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in forward looking statements are reasonable, no assurance can be given that the expectations of any forward-looking statements will prove to be correct. Except as required by law, the Company disclaims any intention and assumes no obligation to update or revise any forward looking statements to reflect actual results, whether as a result of new information, future events, changes in assumptions, changes in factors affecting such forward looking statements or otherwise.

 

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8020 Admin posted a press release Graph Blockchain Secures Contract With Hyundai and IBM in Graph Blockchain Limited

TORONTO, Dec. 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Graph Blockchain Inc. (“Graph” or “Company”) (CSE: GBLC) is pleased to announce that the company has secured a contract through its distribution partner to deliver a prototype blockchain data management solution for Hyundai Motor Company (“Hyundai”) and IBM Global (“IBM”), for approximately CAD $250,000. This is the 5th contract through IBM this year, totalling more than CAD $1.6 Million.

The contract was secured, in addition to an earlier contract for Hyundai Corporation, as previously announced, in combination through an associated company, Datametrex AI Limited (“Datametrex”) (TSXV: DM, FSE: D4G), on March 27th 2018 and May 25th 2018, respectively, detailing the negotiations (click here for more information) and contract signed (click here for more information).

The prototype project will focus on enhancing Hyundai’s data monitoring systems, utilizing Graph’s Blockbed Modules (“Blockbed”) for the solution development, which is a key component of the Private Blockchain System framework. The Blockbed assembly provides for rapid development of a blockchain solution that is customizable and scalable.

Graph has recently received approvals for two patents in relation to the company’s Private Blockchain Systems, as announced on November 16 2018 (click here for more information). 

“Our continued success securing contracts with multi-nationals is always exciting, and this confirms our ability to deliver across divisions of related companies as a trusted enterprise solution.  We aim to continue executing on our ‘land and expand’ strategy and anticipate the momentum will grow as we successfully deliver our product to each subsequent client,” says Peter Kim, CEO of the Company.

About Hyundai Motor Company

The Hyundai Motor Company is a South Korean multi-national automotive manufacturer headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.  The company was established in 1967, originally as part of Hyundai Group, and currently along with its 32.8% owned subsidiary, Kia Motors, and its 100% owned luxury subsidiary Genesis Motors, altogether comprise the Hyundai Motor Group. It is the third largest vehicle manufacturer in the world.

About Graph Blockchain Inc.

The Company develops leading-edge private blockchain business intelligence and data management solutions and is a pure play in the graph database technology space. Graph leverages their proprietary integration of the AgensGraph Database engine with IBM’s Hyperledger Fabric to create a transparent and immutable ledger with near real-time transactional data processing and intuitive data visualization. The Company’s powerfully unique solution has translated into a high growth trajectory, with the company securing multiple prototype development contracts with multi-national conglomerates, and the opportunity to sell across client subsidiaries as a full enterprise product.

Additional information on Graph Blockchain Inc. is available at: www.GraphBlockchain.com

To keep updated with all news, corporate information and direct dialogue with Management join our Investor group on 8020 Connect here:  http://bit.ly/8020Graph 

About Datametrex Limited

Datametrex AI Limited is a technology focused company with exposure to four exciting verticals. Big data, Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning through its wholly owned subsidiary, Nexalogy (www.nexalogy.com). Implementing Blockchain technology for secure data transfers through its associate company, Graph Blockchain Limited (www.graphblockchain.com).

Additional information on Datametrex is available at: www.datametrex.com

To stay informed about Datametrex, please join our Investor Group on 8020 Connect http://bit.ly/8020DM  for all upcoming news releases, articles comments and questions.

For further information, please contact:

Peter Kim – CEO Graph Blockchain Inc.
Phone:   (416) 482-3282 ext. 229
Email:     pkim@graphblockchain.com

Jeffrey Stevens – President & COO
Phone:   (647) 400-8494
Email:    jstevens@datametrex.com

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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The information in this press release includes certain information and statements about management's view of future events, expectations, plans and prospects, including the potential expansion of Graph solutions across clients, multi-national subsidiaries and Hyundai’s various business divisions, that constitute forward looking statements. These statements are based upon assumptions that are subject to significant risks and uncertainties.  Although the Company considers these assumptions to be reasonable based on currently available information, the same may prove to be incorrect, and the forward-looking statements in this press release are subject to numerous risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause future results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such forward looking statements. Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in forward looking statements are reasonable, no assurance can be given that the expectations of any forward-looking statements will prove to be correct. Except as required by law, the Company disclaims any intention and assumes no obligation to update or revise any forward looking statements to reflect actual results, whether as a result of new information, future events, changes in assumptions, changes in factors affecting such forward looking statements or otherwise.

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Hi Jonathan, management and insiders hold in the area of 40%. Approximately another 30% of the stock is held by persons close to the company.
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Hello Peter I know DM holds 28% of GBLC but was looking for more information on insider shareholders. I was curious the % of GBLC is held by insiders at this point. Thanks for your time.

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8020 Admin posted a press release Graph Blockchain Receives Payment From LG in Graph Blockchain Limited

TORONTO, Nov. 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Graph Blockchain Inc. (“Graph” or “Company”) (CSE: GBLC) is pleased to announce that the company has received payment of CAD $300,000 for completing the development of the prototype solution for LG Electronics (“LGE”)’ global logistics platform contract, previously announced on August 15, 2018.  

As stated in a press release on August 23, 2018, Graph is proud that it has quickly become a trusted blockchain solution provider for the global logistics market. The Company has secured prototype solution contracts with two multi-national conglomerates, including divisions of Samsung and LG through IBM Korea and a distribution partner, and continues to negotiate the previously announced MOU with KTNET, a Korean government Agency, to develop a blockchain-based global electronic trade services platform. 

“Delivering the prototype solution and receiving payment from the LGE project demonstrates the continual accomplishments through our sales efforts. Successfully negotiating and executing contracts with multi-national conglomerates and becoming a trusted solution provider with some of the world’s largest electronics companies puts us on the map globally. We look forward to building on our success in Asia and expanding our reach into North America,” says Peter Kim, CEO of the Company.

About Graph Blockchain Inc.

The Company develops leading-edge private blockchain business intelligence and data management solutions and is a pure play in the graph database technology space. Graph leverages their proprietary integration of the AgensGraph Database engine with IBM’s Hyperledger Fabric to create a transparent and immutable ledger with near real-time transactional data processing and intuitive data visualization. The Company’s powerfully unique solution has translated into a high growth trajectory, with the company securing multiple prototype development contracts with multi-national conglomerates, and the opportunity to sell across client subsidiaries as a full enterprise product.

Additional information on Graph Blockchain Inc. is available at: www.GraphBlockchain.com

To keep updated with all news, corporate information and direct dialogue with Management join our Investor group on 8020 Connect here:  http://bit.ly/8020Graph 

For further information, please contact:

Peter Kim – CEO Graph Blockchain Inc.
Phone:   (416) 482-3282 ext. 228
Email:     pkim@graphblockchain.com

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The information in this press release includes certain information and statements about management's view of future events, expectations, plans and prospects that constitute forward looking statements. These statements are based upon assumptions that are subject to significant risks and uncertainties.  Although the Company considers these assumptions to be reasonable based on currently available information, the same may prove to be incorrect, and the forward looking statements in this press release are subject to numerous risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause future results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such forward looking statements. Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in forward looking statements are reasonable, no assurance can be given that the expectations of any forward looking statements will prove to be correct. Except as required by law, the Company disclaims any intention and assumes no obligation to update or revise any forward looking statements to reflect actual results, whether as a result of new information, future events, changes in assumptions, changes in factors affecting such forward looking statements or otherwise.

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On further review of the link. The link is a PDF not a live page. I will add the document using the document icon. This will make it easier for others to view the document. Thank you.
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Sorry for a second update, but via the 8020 App it’s obviously not possible commenting and insterting a functional link. So here is the link to the DHL/IBM document about AI in logistics.

https://www.logistics.dhl/content/dam/dhl/global/core/documents/pdf/glo-ai-in-logistics-white-paper.pdf

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Hi Michel, you are correct you can not add a link to comment box, but if you make an update as you have... click the black icon that looks like a paperclip in the update widget ... This will make you link live. I will repost and show you.
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Sorry for a second update, but via the 8020 App it’s obviously not possible commenting and insterting a functional link. So here is the link to the DHL/IBM document about AI in logistics.

https://www.logistics.dhl/content/dam/dhl/global/core/documents/pdf/glo-ai-in-logistics-white-paper.pdf

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Sorry for a second update, but via the 8020 App it’s obviously not possible commenting and insterting a functional link. So here is the link to the DHL/IBM document about AI in logistics.

https://www.logistics.dhl/content/dam/dhl/global/core/documents/pdf/glo-ai-in-logistics-white-paper.pdf

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Interesting article! And maybe there is an option for GBLC using DM AI technology for demand management in a kind of predictive logistics. That would also prevent food waste. And it could be also a good scalable solution for GBLC LG, Hyundai, ... contracts. Maybe you want to have a look at: https://www.logistics.dhl/content/dam/dhl/global/core/documents/pdf/glo-ai-in-logistics-white-paper.pdf
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Great article yesterday in support of our Global Food Supply Focus new release on December 11. [For those that don't have Globe and Mail subscriber access] Lettuce is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to food traceability MARCOS DA SILVA THE GLOBE AND MAIL ‎December 13 at 6:22 PM Marcos Da Silva is the Big Data practice lead at Adastra Corp. He uses data and computers to solve meaningful problems in the real world. Food safety and trust have been top of mind given the recent incidents in the news. The E. coli outbreak in romaine lettuce, for example, prompted a panic and crisis in consumer confidence after contaminated product popped up in Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick. Meanwhile, earlier this month, the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity released a study finding only one-third of Canadians trust the government to ensure food safety, and only a third indicated farmers/growers were doing ‘"well" when it came to openness and transparency. I can’t help but think we’re missing the solution to these issues that’s right under our noses. The technology to tackle food safety, waste and consumer trust in the food system exists. Now we need corporate leaders and policy-makers to get on board and support its adoption. Consider the complex journey food takes before it reaches our plates. Lettuce, for example, starts with a seed, moves through the growth and harvesting process, then is distributed via several warehouses before it reaches the grocery store. With that many handlers in the process, passing through sometimes multiple countries, it’s no wonder growers have trouble ensuring a product’s quality, and consumers are hesitant to trust its safety. Now, a technology that was initially invented to serve as the public transaction ledger of the cryptocurrency bitcoin has found an application to increase trust in the food we eat. The buzz around this emerging technology is certainly noisy, thanks to the frenzy surrounding bitcoin. But in the realm of food safety, it has important and real implications for everyday Canadians. With blockchain, all parties involved in a food product’s journey can contribute to a database in a secure, encrypted ledger, accessible by all. It can then be accessed through a bar code that’s attached to the item. The implications of this for consumers and farmers can’t be understated. If consumers have a better understanding of where their food has been, sentiments about farmers' and growers’ transparency will change. And if food providers can identify the precise machine, plant or warehouse that’s contaminated, it will lead to more targeted recourse and avoid widespread chaos. Food waste is also an environmental issue that must be addressed. If growers can identify exactly which produce is contaminated, consumers, growers and retailers won’t have to discard massive amounts of food. Food waste already costs the Canadian economy up to $100-billion annually. There’s no need to let this number climb when it can be solved so easily. There are surely challenges ahead for blockchain adoption in the food system. For example, finding the right way to get barcodes that are permanent but not damaging onto our products. These are tough but not unsolvable issues. Canadian engineers, with support from food safety organizations, must tackle this project to enhance the health and safety of all consumers. Projects using blockchain in the food system are under way in Canada that could be widely adopted. Toronto-area technology firm Adastra has built a blockchain solution for a local Ontario grower of edible organic plants to track its products, and is integrating it with the grower’s production system. Now it’s time for growers, agricultural organizations and policymakers to take a closer look at blockchain as a solution. With more food growers, and the explosion of new markets, tracking food products across a complex supply chain is trickier than ever. But plants are just one application of blockchain technology – it can also be used to trace fish, meat and vegetables as they travel to our plates. People should feel safe in the food they eat. And Canadian farmers and growers simply can’t afford further dips in consumer confidence or potential contaminations. We must look to implement the solutions being used right now to preserve the health of the population and the integrity of the food system.

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/commentary/article-lettuce-is-just-the-tip-of-the-iceberg-when-it-comes-to-food/

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Great article yesterday in support of our Global Food Supply Focus new release on December 11. [For those that don't have Globe and Mail subscriber access] Lettuce is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to food traceability MARCOS DA SILVA THE GLOBE AND MAIL ‎December 13 at 6:22 PM Marcos Da Silva is the Big Data practice lead at Adastra Corp. He uses data and computers to solve meaningful problems in the real world. Food safety and trust have been top of mind given the recent incidents in the news. The E. coli outbreak in romaine lettuce, for example, prompted a panic and crisis in consumer confidence after contaminated product popped up in Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick. Meanwhile, earlier this month, the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity released a study finding only one-third of Canadians trust the government to ensure food safety, and only a third indicated farmers/growers were doing ‘"well" when it came to openness and transparency. I can’t help but think we’re missing the solution to these issues that’s right under our noses. The technology to tackle food safety, waste and consumer trust in the food system exists. Now we need corporate leaders and policy-makers to get on board and support its adoption. Consider the complex journey food takes before it reaches our plates. Lettuce, for example, starts with a seed, moves through the growth and harvesting process, then is distributed via several warehouses before it reaches the grocery store. With that many handlers in the process, passing through sometimes multiple countries, it’s no wonder growers have trouble ensuring a product’s quality, and consumers are hesitant to trust its safety. Now, a technology that was initially invented to serve as the public transaction ledger of the cryptocurrency bitcoin has found an application to increase trust in the food we eat. The buzz around this emerging technology is certainly noisy, thanks to the frenzy surrounding bitcoin. But in the realm of food safety, it has important and real implications for everyday Canadians. With blockchain, all parties involved in a food product’s journey can contribute to a database in a secure, encrypted ledger, accessible by all. It can then be accessed through a bar code that’s attached to the item. The implications of this for consumers and farmers can’t be understated. If consumers have a better understanding of where their food has been, sentiments about farmers' and growers’ transparency will change. And if food providers can identify the precise machine, plant or warehouse that’s contaminated, it will lead to more targeted recourse and avoid widespread chaos. Food waste is also an environmental issue that must be addressed. If growers can identify exactly which produce is contaminated, consumers, growers and retailers won’t have to discard massive amounts of food. Food waste already costs the Canadian economy up to $100-billion annually. There’s no need to let this number climb when it can be solved so easily. There are surely challenges ahead for blockchain adoption in the food system. For example, finding the right way to get barcodes that are permanent but not damaging onto our products. These are tough but not unsolvable issues. Canadian engineers, with support from food safety organizations, must tackle this project to enhance the health and safety of all consumers. Projects using blockchain in the food system are under way in Canada that could be widely adopted. Toronto-area technology firm Adastra has built a blockchain solution for a local Ontario grower of edible organic plants to track its products, and is integrating it with the grower’s production system. Now it’s time for growers, agricultural organizations and policymakers to take a closer look at blockchain as a solution. With more food growers, and the explosion of new markets, tracking food products across a complex supply chain is trickier than ever. But plants are just one application of blockchain technology – it can also be used to trace fish, meat and vegetables as they travel to our plates. People should feel safe in the food they eat. And Canadian farmers and growers simply can’t afford further dips in consumer confidence or potential contaminations. We must look to implement the solutions being used right now to preserve the health of the population and the integrity of the food system.

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/commentary/article-lettuce-is-just-the-tip-of-the-iceberg-when-it-comes-to-food/

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Thanks for the contributions to our board and for suggestion. The Deloitte link was right in-line with Graph's Canadian Beef initiative, and your suggestion is well noted. In terms of the Graph's focus on the food supply chain, I thought Marcos Da Silva's write up in the Globe and Mail on Dec 13th was a great supporting editorial to our Global Food Supply Chian Focus press release on Dec. 11th https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/12/11/1664987/0/en/Graph-Focused-On-Global-Food-Supply-Chain-Management.html (Marco's article on a separte comment post as to your point only one URL link per comment)
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... (can't share two links in one comment). Second, PricewaterhousCoopers point of view about blockchain in the agrifood sector, leads me to the recommendation, that gblc could contact the leading international consulting firms (e.g. PWC, Deloitte, McKinsey, ...), and present gblc products to them. Afterwards these consulting firms can recommend gblc-products to their clients. That could be a good sales channel.

https://www.pwc.nl/nl/assets/documents/pwc-agrifood-point-of-view.pdf

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... (can't share two links in one comment). Second, PricewaterhousCoopers point of view about blockchain in the agrifood sector, leads me to the recommendation, that gblc could contact the leading international consulting firms (e.g. PWC, Deloitte, McKinsey, ...), and present gblc products to them. Afterwards these consulting firms can recommend gblc-products to their clients. That could be a good sales channel.

https://www.pwc.nl/nl/assets/documents/pwc-agrifood-point-of-view.pdf

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Thank you for your positive response. That motivates me sharing more of my thoughts and resources. So therefore two more things. First, maybe you find the report of Deloitte "Beefing Up Blockchain - How Blockchain can Transform the Irish Beef Supply Chain" interesting. The second aspect follows in an extra update (can't share

https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/de/Documents/Innovation/Beefing-up-Blockchain-Meat-Supply-Chain-Transformation-Deloitte-2018.pdf

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Hi Michel, we become a better stronger company as we get more idea's in the tank, so very much appreciate you sharing your thoughts and for the link - Our solutions are scalable, so from a tactical standpoint, this is definitely something we'll explore as guidance as we move forward.
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TORONTO, Dec. 11, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Graph Blockchain Inc. (“Graph” or “Company”) (CSE: GBLC) is pleased to announce that the company has been focused on creating blockchain solutions for the Global Food Supply Chain Management Industry (“Global Food SCM”), with the initial launch focused on global beef importation based on client needs. Graph will be expanding its scope from beef to focus on all foods as the need for a blockchain based eco-system for the entire industry is critical.  This move to be more highly engaged in the sector with a blockchain platform for food safety was as a result of discussions with the Canadian government, as well as foreign governments and multi-national conglomerates that are party to the purchase and reselling of food products.

Graph has had conversations with multiple Canadian government representatives from both the Provincial and Federal levels, initially through an invitation to the Canadian Embassy in Seoul to discuss blockchain solutions for the safe and secure importation of Canadian Beef, as press released on November 7, 2018 (click here for more information).  Most recently, discussions included provincial representatives including the Directors of International Trade and Investment as well as the Federal level Trade Commissioner and Investment Officers representing Canada in China.

Through these discussions, including those with multi-national clients, a key factor to using blockchain technology to make a fully transparent eco-system was centered around food safety, with Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, commonly known as mad cow disease, being a major point of concern.  The benefits of blockchain solutions for Global Food SCM is well illustrated in a video of Walmart’s food safety solution which was published in 2017 (click here for video). 

The solution Graph is building, utilizing IBM’s Hyperledger Blockchain, solves a massive problem for the global food industry: with globalization, it is not uncommon for a Canadian family to be eating food originating from 3 or 4 different countries in a single meal.  Currently, when there is a safety concern, there is no efficient way to trace the origins of the product to the packaging facility and back to the farm.  By implementing our solution, we will be able to provide a secure and efficient tracking method that will ensure people are safeguarded from potential harm, and provide information that will allow for quarantining the exact location of where the contamination would have occurred, saving millions of dollars in wasted food products, and stemming the public panic that ensues when large scale recalls are done on food.

Most recently, here in Canada, the issue of food safety management was forced into the spotlight, with the outbreak of E.coli contaminated romaine lettuce, as millions of dollars of produce were taken off the shelves and destroyed.  By virtue of creating a permissioned eco-system through which data is recorded and shared, a trusted network is created as all stakeholders, from the farmers to the retail stores, have full transparency to the audit process.  This acts as an insurance against the negative stigma for farmers who are a part of the blockchain supply chain eco-system, as the reputational damage due to one farm or processing plant, and the subsequent ripple effect, is mitigated, whereas the current situation for the lettuce farmers shows they will struggle to regain market share after this massive recall and scare, which could have been contained and the risk to the industry avoided.

Graph is continuing to build on the company’s expertise in the blockchain technology field and anticipates expanding its reach in the Global Food SCM field, as the company continues to foster new relationships in the area.

“It’s exciting to be a part of this growing area, and while the application of our blockchain technology to the Global Food Supply Chain Management seems obvious from a cost savings standpoint to producers and retailers, it really goes beyond that to benefit all involved in the food system, starting from the farmers, including resources spent by government ministries such as public health offices, right down to the consumer in keeping them safe,” says Peter Kim, CEO of the Company.

About Graph Blockchain Inc.

The Company develops leading-edge private blockchain business intelligence and data management solutions and is a pure play in the graph database technology space. Graph leverages their proprietary integration of the AgensGraph Database engine with IBM’s Hyperledger Fabric to create a transparent and immutable ledger with near real-time transactional data processing and intuitive data visualization. The Company’s powerfully unique solution has translated into a high growth trajectory, with the company securing multiple prototype development contracts with multi-national conglomerates, and the opportunity to sell across client subsidiaries as a full enterprise product.

Additional information on Graph Blockchain Inc. is available at: www.GraphBlockchain.com

To keep updated with all news, corporate information and direct dialogue with Management join our Investor group on 8020 Connect here:  http://bit.ly/8020Graph 

For further information, please contact:

Peter Kim – CEO Graph Blockchain Inc.
Phone:   (416) 482-3282 ext. 229
Email:     pkim@graphblockchain.com

Forward Looking Statements:

The information in this press release includes certain information and statements about management's view of future events, expectations, plans and prospects, including the potential expansion of Graph solutions across governments and multi-national entities, that constitute forward looking statements. These statements are based upon assumptions that are subject to significant risks and uncertainties. Although the Company considers these assumptions to be reasonable based on currently available information, the same may prove to be incorrect, and the forward-looking statements in this press release are subject to numerous risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause future results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such forward looking statements. Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in forward looking statements are reasonable, no assurance can be given that the expectations of any forward-looking statements will prove to be correct. Except as required by law, the Company disclaims any intention and assumes no obligation to update or revise any forward looking statements to reflect actual results, whether as a result of new information, future events, changes in assumptions, changes in factors affecting such forward looking statements or otherwise.

 

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Wow, that sounds promising. Looking forward to great chances.
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NAI 'Institutional and Industrial Investor Conference' - high traffic and interest at our booth from state owned and invested funds!

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China North American Innovative Companies Conference - one final picture in front of the big entrance signage after a full day of meetings!

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Charles, thanks for the comment and support! A lot of great progress in Graph, and with the growth of our company ever more tactical, large investors are taking note. I wanted to share more pictures (but seems I can only post one picture at time), to show the scale of things in China...to put it simply, they do things big in China..big shows, big investors, big figures, and big interest. Keep tuned, as we're just getting started!
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NAI - East to West Investor Gateway Conference Presentation - Then again, getting to showcase Graph's Milestones to a room of invite only Institutional Investors is milestone and validation of our company in itself!

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Shenzhen China Investor Conference - while Q&A presentations sessions are great - individual discussions about our focus on Blockchain Global Food Supply Chain Management with potential clients, along with Canadian Federal and Provincial level Trade Commissioner and Investment Officers and Directors, is where the true connections are made.

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ShenZhen China Conf - Q&A session on our solution - why is it that the best questions are always from the back of the room?

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TORONTO, Dec. 11, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Graph Blockchain Inc. (“Graph” or “Company”) (CSE: GBLC) is pleased to announce that the company has been focused on creating blockchain solutions for the Global Food Supply Chain Management Industry (“Global Food SCM”), with the initial launch focused on global beef importation based on client needs. Graph will be expanding its scope from beef to focus on all foods as the need for a blockchain based eco-system for the entire industry is critical.  This move to be more highly engaged in the sector with a blockchain platform for food safety was as a result of discussions with the Canadian government, as well as foreign governments and multi-national conglomerates that are party to the purchase and reselling of food products.

Graph has had conversations with multiple Canadian government representatives from both the Provincial and Federal levels, initially through an invitation to the Canadian Embassy in Seoul to discuss blockchain solutions for the safe and secure importation of Canadian Beef, as press released on November 7, 2018 (click here for more information).  Most recently, discussions included provincial representatives including the Directors of International Trade and Investment as well as the Federal level Trade Commissioner and Investment Officers representing Canada in China.

Through these discussions, including those with multi-national clients, a key factor to using blockchain technology to make a fully transparent eco-system was centered around food safety, with Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, commonly known as mad cow disease, being a major point of concern.  The benefits of blockchain solutions for Global Food SCM is well illustrated in a video of Walmart’s food safety solution which was published in 2017 (click here for video). 

The solution Graph is building, utilizing IBM’s Hyperledger Blockchain, solves a massive problem for the global food industry: with globalization, it is not uncommon for a Canadian family to be eating food originating from 3 or 4 different countries in a single meal.  Currently, when there is a safety concern, there is no efficient way to trace the origins of the product to the packaging facility and back to the farm.  By implementing our solution, we will be able to provide a secure and efficient tracking method that will ensure people are safeguarded from potential harm, and provide information that will allow for quarantining the exact location of where the contamination would have occurred, saving millions of dollars in wasted food products, and stemming the public panic that ensues when large scale recalls are done on food.

Most recently, here in Canada, the issue of food safety management was forced into the spotlight, with the outbreak of E.coli contaminated romaine lettuce, as millions of dollars of produce were taken off the shelves and destroyed.  By virtue of creating a permissioned eco-system through which data is recorded and shared, a trusted network is created as all stakeholders, from the farmers to the retail stores, have full transparency to the audit process.  This acts as an insurance against the negative stigma for farmers who are a part of the blockchain supply chain eco-system, as the reputational damage due to one farm or processing plant, and the subsequent ripple effect, is mitigated, whereas the current situation for the lettuce farmers shows they will struggle to regain market share after this massive recall and scare, which could have been contained and the risk to the industry avoided.

Graph is continuing to build on the company’s expertise in the blockchain technology field and anticipates expanding its reach in the Global Food SCM field, as the company continues to foster new relationships in the area.

“It’s exciting to be a part of this growing area, and while the application of our blockchain technology to the Global Food Supply Chain Management seems obvious from a cost savings standpoint to producers and retailers, it really goes beyond that to benefit all involved in the food system, starting from the farmers, including resources spent by government ministries such as public health offices, right down to the consumer in keeping them safe,” says Peter Kim, CEO of the Company.

About Graph Blockchain Inc.

The Company develops leading-edge private blockchain business intelligence and data management solutions and is a pure play in the graph database technology space. Graph leverages their proprietary integration of the AgensGraph Database engine with IBM’s Hyperledger Fabric to create a transparent and immutable ledger with near real-time transactional data processing and intuitive data visualization. The Company’s powerfully unique solution has translated into a high growth trajectory, with the company securing multiple prototype development contracts with multi-national conglomerates, and the opportunity to sell across client subsidiaries as a full enterprise product.

Additional information on Graph Blockchain Inc. is available at: www.GraphBlockchain.com

To keep updated with all news, corporate information and direct dialogue with Management join our Investor group on 8020 Connect here:  http://bit.ly/8020Graph 

For further information, please contact:

Peter Kim – CEO Graph Blockchain Inc.
Phone:   (416) 482-3282 ext. 229
Email:     pkim@graphblockchain.com

Forward Looking Statements:

The information in this press release includes certain information and statements about management's view of future events, expectations, plans and prospects, including the potential expansion of Graph solutions across governments and multi-national entities, that constitute forward looking statements. These statements are based upon assumptions that are subject to significant risks and uncertainties. Although the Company considers these assumptions to be reasonable based on currently available information, the same may prove to be incorrect, and the forward-looking statements in this press release are subject to numerous risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause future results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such forward looking statements. Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in forward looking statements are reasonable, no assurance can be given that the expectations of any forward-looking statements will prove to be correct. Except as required by law, the Company disclaims any intention and assumes no obligation to update or revise any forward looking statements to reflect actual results, whether as a result of new information, future events, changes in assumptions, changes in factors affecting such forward looking statements or otherwise.

 

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8020 Admin posted a press release Graph Blockchain Secures Contract With Hyundai and IBM in Graph Blockchain Limited

TORONTO, Dec. 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Graph Blockchain Inc. (“Graph” or “Company”) (CSE: GBLC) is pleased to announce that the company has secured a contract through its distribution partner to deliver a prototype blockchain data management solution for Hyundai Motor Company (“Hyundai”) and IBM Global (“IBM”), for approximately CAD $250,000. This is the 5th contract through IBM this year, totalling more than CAD $1.6 Million.

The contract was secured, in addition to an earlier contract for Hyundai Corporation, as previously announced, in combination through an associated company, Datametrex AI Limited (“Datametrex”) (TSXV: DM, FSE: D4G), on March 27th 2018 and May 25th 2018, respectively, detailing the negotiations (click here for more information) and contract signed (click here for more information).

The prototype project will focus on enhancing Hyundai’s data monitoring systems, utilizing Graph’s Blockbed Modules (“Blockbed”) for the solution development, which is a key component of the Private Blockchain System framework. The Blockbed assembly provides for rapid development of a blockchain solution that is customizable and scalable.

Graph has recently received approvals for two patents in relation to the company’s Private Blockchain Systems, as announced on November 16 2018 (click here for more information). 

“Our continued success securing contracts with multi-nationals is always exciting, and this confirms our ability to deliver across divisions of related companies as a trusted enterprise solution.  We aim to continue executing on our ‘land and expand’ strategy and anticipate the momentum will grow as we successfully deliver our product to each subsequent client,” says Peter Kim, CEO of the Company.

About Hyundai Motor Company

The Hyundai Motor Company is a South Korean multi-national automotive manufacturer headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.  The company was established in 1967, originally as part of Hyundai Group, and currently along with its 32.8% owned subsidiary, Kia Motors, and its 100% owned luxury subsidiary Genesis Motors, altogether comprise the Hyundai Motor Group. It is the third largest vehicle manufacturer in the world.

About Graph Blockchain Inc.

The Company develops leading-edge private blockchain business intelligence and data management solutions and is a pure play in the graph database technology space. Graph leverages their proprietary integration of the AgensGraph Database engine with IBM’s Hyperledger Fabric to create a transparent and immutable ledger with near real-time transactional data processing and intuitive data visualization. The Company’s powerfully unique solution has translated into a high growth trajectory, with the company securing multiple prototype development contracts with multi-national conglomerates, and the opportunity to sell across client subsidiaries as a full enterprise product.

Additional information on Graph Blockchain Inc. is available at: www.GraphBlockchain.com

To keep updated with all news, corporate information and direct dialogue with Management join our Investor group on 8020 Connect here:  http://bit.ly/8020Graph 

About Datametrex Limited

Datametrex AI Limited is a technology focused company with exposure to four exciting verticals. Big data, Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning through its wholly owned subsidiary, Nexalogy (www.nexalogy.com). Implementing Blockchain technology for secure data transfers through its associate company, Graph Blockchain Limited (www.graphblockchain.com).

Additional information on Datametrex is available at: www.datametrex.com

To stay informed about Datametrex, please join our Investor Group on 8020 Connect http://bit.ly/8020DM  for all upcoming news releases, articles comments and questions.

For further information, please contact:

Peter Kim – CEO Graph Blockchain Inc.
Phone:   (416) 482-3282 ext. 229
Email:     pkim@graphblockchain.com

Jeffrey Stevens – President & COO
Phone:   (647) 400-8494
Email:    jstevens@datametrex.com

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward Looking Statements:

The information in this press release includes certain information and statements about management's view of future events, expectations, plans and prospects, including the potential expansion of Graph solutions across clients, multi-national subsidiaries and Hyundai’s various business divisions, that constitute forward looking statements. These statements are based upon assumptions that are subject to significant risks and uncertainties.  Although the Company considers these assumptions to be reasonable based on currently available information, the same may prove to be incorrect, and the forward-looking statements in this press release are subject to numerous risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause future results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such forward looking statements. Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in forward looking statements are reasonable, no assurance can be given that the expectations of any forward-looking statements will prove to be correct. Except as required by law, the Company disclaims any intention and assumes no obligation to update or revise any forward looking statements to reflect actual results, whether as a result of new information, future events, changes in assumptions, changes in factors affecting such forward looking statements or otherwise.

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Good luck in Shenzhen this week Peter!

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Hi Jonathan, management and insiders hold in the area of 40%. Approximately another 30% of the stock is held by persons close to the company.
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Hello Peter I know DM holds 28% of GBLC but was looking for more information on insider shareholders. I was curious the % of GBLC is held by insiders at this point. Thanks for your time.

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8020 Admin posted a press release Graph Blockchain Receives Payment From LG in Graph Blockchain Limited

TORONTO, Nov. 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Graph Blockchain Inc. (“Graph” or “Company”) (CSE: GBLC) is pleased to announce that the company has received payment of CAD $300,000 for completing the development of the prototype solution for LG Electronics (“LGE”)’ global logistics platform contract, previously announced on August 15, 2018.  

As stated in a press release on August 23, 2018, Graph is proud that it has quickly become a trusted blockchain solution provider for the global logistics market. The Company has secured prototype solution contracts with two multi-national conglomerates, including divisions of Samsung and LG through IBM Korea and a distribution partner, and continues to negotiate the previously announced MOU with KTNET, a Korean government Agency, to develop a blockchain-based global electronic trade services platform. 

“Delivering the prototype solution and receiving payment from the LGE project demonstrates the continual accomplishments through our sales efforts. Successfully negotiating and executing contracts with multi-national conglomerates and becoming a trusted solution provider with some of the world’s largest electronics companies puts us on the map globally. We look forward to building on our success in Asia and expanding our reach into North America,” says Peter Kim, CEO of the Company.

About Graph Blockchain Inc.

The Company develops leading-edge private blockchain business intelligence and data management solutions and is a pure play in the graph database technology space. Graph leverages their proprietary integration of the AgensGraph Database engine with IBM’s Hyperledger Fabric to create a transparent and immutable ledger with near real-time transactional data processing and intuitive data visualization. The Company’s powerfully unique solution has translated into a high growth trajectory, with the company securing multiple prototype development contracts with multi-national conglomerates, and the opportunity to sell across client subsidiaries as a full enterprise product.

Additional information on Graph Blockchain Inc. is available at: www.GraphBlockchain.com

To keep updated with all news, corporate information and direct dialogue with Management join our Investor group on 8020 Connect here:  http://bit.ly/8020Graph 

For further information, please contact:

Peter Kim – CEO Graph Blockchain Inc.
Phone:   (416) 482-3282 ext. 228
Email:     pkim@graphblockchain.com

Forward Looking Statements:

The information in this press release includes certain information and statements about management's view of future events, expectations, plans and prospects that constitute forward looking statements. These statements are based upon assumptions that are subject to significant risks and uncertainties.  Although the Company considers these assumptions to be reasonable based on currently available information, the same may prove to be incorrect, and the forward looking statements in this press release are subject to numerous risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause future results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such forward looking statements. Although the Company believes that the expectations reflected in forward looking statements are reasonable, no assurance can be given that the expectations of any forward looking statements will prove to be correct. Except as required by law, the Company disclaims any intention and assumes no obligation to update or revise any forward looking statements to reflect actual results, whether as a result of new information, future events, changes in assumptions, changes in factors affecting such forward looking statements or otherwise.

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