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US Pharma Looks at Blockchain Tech to Track Prescription Drugs

U.S. Pharmaceutical companies and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) could soon track prescription drugs over an interoperable blockchain as a means to detect and put an end to counterfeit medicines in the market The solution comes from San Francisco-based blockchain startup Chronicled and its partnership with LInkLab, a life sciences supply chain. The two companies have launched a blockchain...

Chronicled Launches Physical Blockchain-Based Tamper-Proof CryptoSeal Strips

San Francisco-based blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT) technology company, Chronicled, has announced the development of CryptoSeal, an all-in-one, tamper-evident, and blockchain-registered solution for packaging and physical asset tracking presenting a major step forward in the supply chain provenance. Announced at the ID Tech Expos in Santa Clara, and developed in collaboration with...

Chronicled Launches Open Registry for Consumer IoT on Ethereum Blockchain

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Blockchain startup Chronicled has launched the first of its kind ‘open registry for Internet of Things’ on the Ethereum blockchain, enabled via NFC and BLE microchips. Heralding the new open registry as a major leap in the growth and interoperability of the consumer Internet of Things, Chronicled announced the open source project under the Apache License. The San Francisco-based technology firm...

Blockchain Allows Sneaker Manufacturer To Prevent Counterfeiting

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A sneaker manufacturer has used blockchain technology to create smart tags that can track their sneakers to the factory, so they are impossible to counterfeit, according to fastcodedesign.com. The manufacturer, Greats, tapped the services of a software authentication system and a 3-D printer to design the smart tags. The tags include an NFC chip that can be scanned with a smart phone. The smart...

Chronicled Raises $3.4 Million, Seeks to Leverage Blockchain Tech for Sneakers Market

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Chronicled, a Californian technology company founded in 2014 that leverages blockchain technology specifically for the authentication, tracking and social engagement of vintage and collectible sneakers has announced $3,425,000 in additional funding raised as a part of its Series Seed financing. The round was led by Hong Kong-based venture capital firm Mandra Capital. It also saw participants from...

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