Distributed Ledger Technologies
The core technologies of the Distributed Ledger as they are implemented in the Traceability Distributed Ledger are what make it powerful as a platform across industries and traceability use-cases. The Distributed Ledger provides complete end-to-end traceability by tracking product movement across the supply chain. It provides an immutable ledger that supports proof of authenticity and allows data sets too large to be stored on the Distributed Ledger to be anchored using cryptography.
Immutability: The creation of a permanent records. Once a transaction is written to the Distributed Ledger it cannot be deleted or changed.
Hash: A digital signature created by a one-way functon that makes it possible to determine if the data has been changed. The most common hash function is SHA-256.
Anchor: A hash created on set of data that is included in the Distributed Ledger transaction to prove the source data has not been changed.
Cryptographically Secure Object (CSO): A set of data (documents or other data) created at a point in time that is encrypted as a single object and then hashed to create a digital signatures and anchored to the Distributed Ledger. For product safety, CSOs provide the proof of handling and certifications at the time the product was in custody.
Live Since October 2018
- Custom Distributed Ledger Platform
- Built Specifically for Traceability
- Based on CryptoNote Technologies
- 300,000+ Blocks
Public Distributed Ledger
- Distributed Ledger
- No Central Authority
- Protected by Cryptography
- Transparency, Trust, Traceability
Supports GS1 Standards
- Transport & Logistics
- Technical Logistics
- Humanitarian Logistics
- REST API
- Supports Existing Traceability Platforms
- Flexible Interface Options
- No Additional Software Required
Supports Permission Distributed Ledgers
- Black Box Traceability
- Easy Interface
- Supports Industry Specific Requirements