Aeternity DApp Blockchain to Help Monitor Medical Cannabis In Uruguay
Aeternity, a blockchain application, is set to be used in order to track the supply chain of legal cannabis in Uruguay. Both medical and recreational drugs from the producer Uruguay Can, will be tracked. The company will also combine blockchain with the internet of things technology to track the product.
According to Pablo Coirolo, the CEO of Aeternity Americas, the goal of the company is to be the first business to offer this solution for cannabis producers in the region. He affirmed that Aeternity technology is ideal to be used in these situations, as it can track the cannabis from the seeds to when they arrive at the store.
Now, the service will start to be implemented. Initially, the expectation is that implementation will be concluded by January 2020. During the middle of 2021 the process is expected to be optimized and completed.
This is a pretty important to the business of cannabis in Uruguay. In fact, the country was the first one in the world to completely legalize the production and sale of cannabis-based products, starting at the end of 2013.
The CEO of Uruguay Can, Eduardo Blasina, affirmed that the company is proud to be the first company to completely track their supply of cannabis. No other company in the local industry has done the same and this can benefit the consumer, as they will feel more secure about the products that they using. Tracking supplies is becoming a trend in the world and they are dedicated to using it.