A public-permissioned
blockchain

Designed for supply chain traceability.
A second-layer public blockchain protocol built on Ethereum with supply chain traceability in mind.
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What does Minespider’s blockchain tech offer?

01

Improved data transparency

Choose which data to make transparent on our public blockchain and which to keep private.
Decide between three information layers:
Public Layer
What do you want to be visible to the public?
Transparency Layer
What do you want to be visible to every subsequent user in the same supply chain?
Private Layer
What do you want to be visible only to your immediate customer?
02

Enhanced data security.

Instead of a single database holding your precious data, we distribute it across a network of powerful computers (aka ‘nodes’).
Decentralization: transform the way your data is stored.
From a database
To a decentralized network
03

Traceability enabled among untrusted parties.

Once you send a shipment downstream, the receiver can scan a QR code to see the public data, and log in to see the rest of the data they have access to.

Those who receive shipments further down the supply chain can request access from the sender. That's how we can maintain chain-of-custody even if a supply chain actor doesn't participate.
Traceability
The usual linear approach: One missing entity causes a roadblock.
Our approach: Downstream entities can request access to connect the dots.

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Episode 1
How can blockchain improve trust and efficiency for companies?
Episode 2
How do you balance data privacy and transparency in supply chains?
Episode 3
How can we make blockchain interoperability work?
Episode 4
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