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Jewelry industry’s new ‘TrustChain Initiative’ uses blockchain to lane products

Leading valuables companies that have struggled with proof a flawlessness of their products have launched an online electronic bill formed on blockchain to urge tellurian provenance in a solid and valuables supply chain.

The new TrustChain Initiative uses IBM’s blockchain cloud service to concede valuables buyers to establish a prudence of bullion and solid necklaces, bracelets and rings by accessing an online height that marks them from gem mines to valuables store cases.

The partnership also includes Underwriter Laboratories (UL), an eccentric third-party corroboration service, together with 5 solid and valuables companies that paint a whole supply chain: Rio Tinto Diamonds (diamond tradesman for Proof of Concept only), Leach Garner (precious metals supplier), Asahi Refinery (precious steel refinery), Helzberg (US valuables retailer) and a Richline Group (global valuables manufacturer).

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The TrustChain blockchain network will lane and substantiate diamonds, changed metals and valuables during all stages of a tellurian supply chain.

“This beginning is critical for a attention as we find to lift a common shortcoming and provenance practices to new heights,” Mark Hanna, Richline Group’s Chief Marketing Officer, pronounced in a statement.

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