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Providing immutable identity to material data

Four process steps – from the data inspection to a digitally, verifiable quality certificate.

Compose

If you want to create a batch-specific quality certificate and additionally add the CO2 content, you create a certificate exactly as you have done so far. However, our software automatically generates a JSON file for this purpose.

Compose

If you want to create a batch-specific quality certificate and additionally add the CO2 content, you create a certificate exactly as you have done so far. However, our software automatically generates a JSON file for this purpose.
Mission

Chain of custody

Mechanisms to collect and maintain data that allow operators in the supply chain to make a verifiable claim about the products they are offering.
implementation
1

Digital Identity

Issuers are provided cryptographic key pairs to ensure secure and traceable data sources and that data is only provided to the network by legitimate parties and in accordance with regulatory policies.
2

Material passport

Digitally amplified Certificates of Analysis (CoA) serve as an universal, computable container to distribute both the materials’ quality and sustainability data across company and supply chain boundaries.
3

Life-Cycle-Inventory

Attributes the sustainable manufacturing and sourcing of circular feedstock with a veritable product claim. Mass balancing allows third parties to audit, that volumes of certified material sold match or do not exceed volumes of certified material produced.
PEER-TO-PEER DATA EXCHANGE

Each party maintains full control of its data, identity, and destiny.

Consensus

In a Blockchain system, all participants must reach a consensus over the type of information recorded on the database. In the context of material data, this empowers the development of scalable and open standards.

Immutable

In a Blockchain system, transactions are linked to the previous and following block. Thereby, information becomes part of an incorruptible record without the need of a central gatekeeper and arbitrar of trust.

Decentralized

A Blockchain system, is never controlled by a single entity but all the network’s participants. This enables non-hierarchical networks along with a commonly shared distribution of value within industry consortia.

Encrypted

A Blockchain system is never controlled by a single entity but all the network’s participants. This enables non-hierarchical networks along with a commonly shared distribution of value within industry consortia.

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