dexFreight and Ocean Protocol are building the first Web3 marketplace for logistics industry to unlock and monetize data

Co-written by Rajat Rajbhandari, PhD, CIO dexFreight and Dev Pramoth, Product Manager — Marketplaces, Ocean Protocol

By 2025, data is projected to be ¼ of the world’s GDP. A 15 Trillion US$ logistics industry is sitting on top of a vast data reserve unable to unlock and monetize the data. Web 3 movement is gaining traction and the call to be able to control and monetize your data is becoming a new paradigm.

dexFreight and Ocean Protocol are building the first Web3 marketplace to allow logistics companies (freight brokers, shippers, and carriers, and technology providers) to utilize their operational data…


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dev pramoth

Product Manager, Berlin. Background in sustainable development, design thinking and engineering. Like to work on tech-related projects to drive social impact.

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