Protocol for supply chains developer OriginTrail is releasing v0.9a on June 4. The codename of the release is Explorer. As the Zond release has introduced a 'zero-knowledge' privacy layer, an updated version of it - V2, will be the key component of the Explorer release. A 'zero-knowledge' proof mechanism implementation provides a way to check that private information matching is provable without revealing the information itself.
The privacy layer is a part of a consensus check that the entire supply chain is in accords regarding a batch of products. Apart from the privacy layer improvements, another standard will be introduced. The exact standard is yet to be determined, and that decision will be based upon the use cases and implementation feedback. This new standard will add up to GS1 EPCIS and initial standardization.
OriginTrail is trying to revolutionize the supply chain with the application of the blockchain protocol of its own and a decentralized network of its own design. To learn more about the project, you could visit the project's homepage here. As for the market parameters of OriginTrail's TRAC at the moment of publication, they go as follows:
- Average price $0.22812
- Market cap $61,195,647
- Volume (24H) $1,136,680