How to use blockchain technology to help African farmers

When Kenya was forced to adopt a centralized government system for its agri-food industry in 2014, it had little idea how to do it.

But in the first two years after the adoption, it saw rapid growth in the sector, with a new crop, a new market, and a new way to manage and sell seeds.

The blockchain is the technology underpinning bitcoin, the digital currency that powers most of the world’s bitcoin trading, as well as several other digital currencies.

It allows farmers to access the blockchain through a shared computer network to manage their data and assets, with no central control.

Kenya is the first African country to have a blockchain-based agricultural information system.

The system was rolled out in 2015 and has become a huge success, with the number of farms now up to 2,500.

It’s a huge win for Kenya’s farmers, but there are other blockchain-enabled applications for Kenya.

There’s the agricultural information technology, which uses the blockchain to help farmers manage their seeds and other assets, as it does in Kenya, but the technology also helps farmers manage seeds on the farm itself, with minimal cost and no reliance on a central server.

There’s also the agriculture blockchain platform, which is a decentralized version of blockchain technology that helps farmers to quickly share information about their crops with each other and with other farmers in the community, allowing them to manage seed production, price, and other aspects of the crop management.

The platform is based on a blockchain, and it has a user base of about 4,000.

In fact, about half of the people on the blockchain are farmers.

And the farmers have a much more secure way to share information on the platform than farmers do on a centralized site.

The agriculture blockchain is a major advancement for Kenya, and this week, it was unveiled at the Global Innovation Week.

The project was launched in 2017 by the government of Kenya, with help from a team of more than 30 Kenyan entrepreneurs, including Kenya’s first blockchain entrepreneur.

It was supported by the Kenya Agricultural Information and Technology Service (KAIES), a government agency, and the Kenya Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Fisheries.

The farmers and the blockchain were there at the announcement, as were some other prominent people from the African continent.

And it was just the beginning of what is shaping up to be a fascinating and exciting future for Africa’s agricultural industry.

Here are five reasons why Kenya’s agriculture blockchain project is so exciting.1.

It opens up a whole new market for farmers to enterThe blockchain revolution has already begun.

Kenya’s adoption of a decentralized, user-driven, decentralized data system to manage its agricultural information was an important step toward the development of the blockchain technology.

The success of the Kenya agriculture blockchain could pave the way for other African countries to follow suit.

The blockchain has been adopted by several African countries.

The Kenyan government is one of them.

The country’s Agricultural Information Service (KIES) is one example.

In March 2018, the government announced that it was creating a new blockchain for farmers.

Its main function will be to share the information and information technology used to run the farm with other farmer participants.

The new blockchain will allow farmers to create and manage their own data and the data of other farmers, and will allow them to use the blockchain for their own private data, which will be stored in a separate secure database.

The farmer will then have the ability to share his or her private data with other farm participants in the same database.

The government has already started to use some of the new blockchain technology in this way.

The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (Moses), the government agency responsible for managing the country’s food supply, has started to build a new data system that uses the new technology.

Moses also plans to use it to set prices and other prices.

Farmers can use the new data to share prices with other members of the community.

The government is also using the new system to provide farmers with a list of available seed varieties and other information about which varieties they can buy and which varieties can be grown.2.

It lets farmers manage seed without having to trust a centralized serverThe blockchain allows farmers and other users to share seeds with each others.

The farmers can use this data to see what other farmers are doing, and to manage the seed they own.

This means that, without having a centralized database, farmers can share seeds, sell seeds, and keep track of their own seeds.

The only thing left is for the farmer to do what the farmer did before, by trusting a central node.

Kenya will have a new decentralized data structure in place for the first time in Africa.

The central node will be managed by a third party, so the farmers will no longer have to trust an authority to do the work.

They can also use the technology to manage all the farmers on the same farm, with one central node and one decentralized node.3.

It helps farmers sell seeds to their customers,