Blockchain for Supply Chain

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Definition

Blockchain is a shared, virtual ledger that can record the history of transactions that cannot be altered, offering greater security for Supply Chain platforms. Tools in this subcategory include retail tools and others.

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By ICIX
The ICIX Active Transparency Platform for supply chain risk management is based on a distributed network and has been tailored to the complexities of global supply chains. ICIX has been applying key blockchain design principles for over 14 years to h...
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By Ternio
Lexicon is a high-speed blockchain framework for enterprise and government clients, capable of exceeding 1 million transactions per second all on chain. Lexicon can be used in high transaction environments for use cases such as supply chain transpar...
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sofoChain is a supply chain management solution developed by Sofocle, based on Blockchain technology which helps to identify the provenance of a product and track and trace of a product in the global supply chain. sofoChain creates a digital passport...
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