Drawing on our team’s extensive industry network and the trust we have earned throughout the years we have developed a strong base of partners to scale Fishcoin.
A basic CDT (Catch Documentation and Traceability) application built in Angular for passing records between supply chain stakeholders while using a smart contract to reference those transactions on the Rinkeby Testnet. This is mostly for supply chain demonstration purposes while the full network and protocol are being developed.
We demonstrated mobile top-up transfers in Thailand and Indonesia, and initiated development of the platform MVP as well as our direct partnership with mobile industry partners.
We begin private demonstrations of the MVP and will be making it available for private beta testers on Google Play and the App Store. We will also be adding a QR code handoff feature for increased verification.
We began the Private Sale phase of the Fishcoin Token Sale in approved jurisdictions with immediate interest from blockchain and seafood industry insiders. The Presale will begin in September and the Crowdsale in October.
Our team is already scheduled to be in Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia in collaboration with multiple Fishcoin partners working primarily on shrimp/prawn farms demonstrating traceability back to the feed. We already have deployments planned with NGOs and multiple seafood companies including one of the larger in the industry.
We have multiple partner announcements related to scaling mobile incentives to be made in the coming weeks. Check back on our Medium soon.
In addition to continued demonstrations in Thailand and Indonesia, we have interest from partners to deploy in the US (Alaska), India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Kenya, Mexico and Ecuador. As with all supply chain pilots and demonstrations, the intent is to follow actual seafood trade so we will follow the lead of partners and announce locations on Medium as they are confirmed.
We will be enabling Bluetooth with the demo app in order to pilot using Seafood Analytics’ sensors, providing freshness related data from harvest to consumption.