Pacific Software, Inc.’s (PFSF) Proprietary Hyperledger Platform to Incorporate Agri-Blockchain Solutions, IoT Integration

Blockchain-based B2B/B2C e-commerce platform currently under development Agri-Blockchain solutions will initially focus on the agricultural supply chain between China and Brazil Internet of Things integration will allow enhanced product tracking, as well as safety and management of complex supply chains

An emerging development technology corporation and master licensor of Hyperledger blockchain-based systems, Pacific Software, Inc. (OTC: PFSF) is currently working on a proprietary e-commerce trade platform targeting both the business-to-business and business-to-consumer sectors. The platform, set to launch in November of this year, will initially focus on the agricultural supply chain between China and Brazil, which primarily facilitates beef trade between the two countries, and integrating with international distribution channels (http://nnw.fm/zV6q5).

By integrating the company’s Agri-Blockchain technology, the platform will offer increased transparency and trust regarding origin, quality and safety of products in the supply chain. This will also help speed up removal of contaminated food, making it easier to trace the…

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