On May 7, a blockchain-startup based on the NEM platform, LuxTag, presented its strategy to combat counterfeit and pharmaceutical counterfeits. According to the developers, the blockchainBlockchain
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LuxTag and anti-counterfeiting in the pharmaceutical field
On May 7th, the development team of the blockchain-startup based on the NEM platform, LuxTag, announced its intention to fight counterfeit drugs, expired drugs and fakes.
"Last week we mentioned how harmful pharmaceuticals counterfeit can be, this week we give you more information about the blockchain as a solution to this problem!" – LuxTag, Twitter.
According to the blog, LuxTag can be not only an example, but also an effective way to track the supply chain of pharmaceutical products. Startup developers claim that their labeling solutions will work so that only high-quality products are available at pharmacies and medical institutions.
"We label and list your product data in the blockchain and ensure that all updates will be recorded during the supply chain. The LuxTag team has a long history of fighting the fake market by implementing our anti-counterfeiting solutions."
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The article also states that the startup intends to introduce blockchain technology and smart-contracts supply to the work of pharmaceutical manufacturers. This will provide an opportunity to track importers and exporters, as well as the path of drugs, the batch and even packers.
The relevance of the pharmaceutical LuxTag blockchain-project, developers argue with recent studies by the World Health Association, according to which the trade in counterfeit products led to a loss of about $ 30 billion.
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Editor: Alyona Nabok