Is blockchain an innovation or a necessity?
When the transition to digital technology changed the rules of the game in technical fields, distributed registry technology, also known as blockchain, became the topic number one. The blockchain stores data on all operations performed throughout the history of the system. Unlike regular databases, you cannot change or delete these records, you can only add new ones. It is important that the information is stored not on one central server, but on many computers of network members, which simplifies access to the database.
Blockchain implementation increases the exchange rate, reduces time costs, improves the quality, reliability and availability of services. At the same time, transparency and reliability are increased, and risks are reduced. That is why blockchain technology has become the foundation of the Organicoin project.
Our project can certainly be considered revolutionary in terms of a market in which decentralized technologies prevail over centralized ones. Thanks to Blockchain technology, you can create a fully secure system with the possibility of data destruction, fast runtime and access from anywhere in the world.
The principles of blockchain technology are used in Organalyze — the latest photometer for measuring nitrates in food. All test results are stored in the blockchain so that anyone can view the previous results. It enables a huge number of people to avoid unscrupulous sellers of substandard products.