I mean it's a good argument for supply blockchains. And I don't mean for this to come off as low quality content for this sub. I find it an interesting case and wonder if they knew anything about the contents of the cargo, have they been doing this for long and if were to find that to be true what other bonified companies are doing unethical shady business under the radar. I'm just saying this stacks with the mistrust of banks intentionally helping customers money launder. Are supply based blockchains actually an answer to this kind of behavior in the world?
Here's a link to an article to those totally unfamiliar with the case https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/10/business/jpmorgan-msc-gayane-cocaine-seizure/index.html