DUST Identity

Supply Chain

About DUST Identity

DUST Identity is the creator of the Diamond Unclonable Security Tag (DUST), a technology utilizing nanoengineered diamonds to create an unclonable identity layer on any object. DUST Identity is the only supply chain solution that ensures that trusted data and verifiable products are used and traced across their full lifecycle, enabling end-to-end traceability. Customers have end-to-end visibility throughout their entire product’s lifecycle, with a secure solution that tracks at the single-item level.

How DUST Identity is using Algorand

DUST Identity is leveraging Algorand to provide scalable and tested methods to authenticate physical objects and validate genuine transactions on the blockchain. Their work on the Algorand blockchain allows global organizations to utilize their complementary solutions to ensure digital integrity, physical security, and end-to-end visibility of their supply chains. A scalable blockchain merged with cutting edge security solutions will bring trust and verification in supply chain to new heights.

DUST Identity Partners with Algorand to offer a Physical Binding to Blockchain and to Ensure Authenticity

Latest News

Nov 6, 2019

DUST Identity and Algorand scale blockchain authenticated physical objects

June 9, 2020
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How DUST Identity's technology protects supply chains from tampering

July 17, 2019

Dust Identity secures $10M Series A to identify objects with diamond dust

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