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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The goal of BlockClick’s platform is to enhance fraud protection in the digital marketing industry using custom smart contract creation. These configurable contracts are created through the platform and shared between participating parties on both th...
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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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By Venzee
Mesh is a platform built by data transformation experts. Connect everyday apps and enterprise solutions then prepare and review data before committing to blockchain networks. Get started by choosing from templates including smart contracts, or build ...
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By CargoX
Smart B/L™ documents, based on blockchain technology, replace old-style paper Bill of Lading documents. With the Smart B/L™ users will be able to state and transfer cargo ownership rights without the hassle of handling paper.
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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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