May 30, 2020


The dynamic and close cooperation between Chainvine’s Blockchain tech and Wenda’s IoT innovative solutions – two of the most disruptive and interesting techs in the last years – will be corroborated on 7 June in Stockholm, at the event The Big Meet within the Sweden FoodTech Village, the community of the foodtech change makers, the entrepreneurs shaping the future of food basing on the most recent evolutions provided by the digital age.

Sweden FoodTech is the ecosystem for the next generation food system, based on tech, data, sustainability and health, aiming to build the world’s premier system for positive development of the food sector based on digital transformation and entrepreneurship. The system involves key players of the current food system, research institutes and the new entrepreneurs shaping the future of food.
The mission is to help startups reach their full potential, providing our corporate partners with our expertise in open innovation and emerging technologies.

Oliver Oram, CEO di Chainvine, will deliver a short speech about The Intelligent Wine, that is the way in which the collaboration between Blockchain and Wenda’s IoT techs – and the increased intelligence that results from this union, in the spirit according to which the total is more than the sum of the parts – can express the potential to disrupt wine supply-chains globally, ensuring both the highest level of product traceability and crucial elements concerning Food Safety.

“The opportunity of working together with Chainvine on such important themes as transparency and safety in the supply-chain thanks to Blockchain innovative tech, allows us to integrate, in a single solution, information regarding both product quality and the safeguarding of each delivery” said Antonio Catapano, Wenda’s CEO.
Wenda’s approach to IoT and its experience with system integration is outstanding. While we try to further expand our Intelligent Commodity work, the partnership with Wenda will help us implement our Intelligent Commodity concept” stated Oliver N. Oram, Chainvine’s CEO.