Even the most traditional businesses, such as vineyards and distilleries, can use Symbol blockchain to modernize their operations.
Symbol gets you to proof-of-concept faster than existing solutions. Our plug-ins handle the most valuable enterprise features, conveniently built into the blockchain protocol. Looking to personalise? Create your own features on your private chain.
Symbol can simplify logistics and reduce cost and complexity across supply chain management. Imagine a single, trusted, source of records that shows the entire chain of custody and who signed off each step of loading, shipping, and inspection. With Symbol it is easier to keep track of goods, ownership between partners and to verify their authenticity to make global trade frictionless.
Hybrid solutions enable the best features of both public and private chains. Track digital tokens, assets, or records on the public chain while keeping your private data secure off network. Save on transaction fees by keeping business logic on your private chain and, transaction records on the public chain.
Enabling cannabis growers to trace their crop from seed to sale.
The Ample smart meter reads usage data from a single sensor in a building’s fuse box. Using tokenized energy credits on Symbol, it provides incentives for owners to change their usage patterns. Ample’s pilot program in Shanghai is expected to reduce energy costs by up to 20%.
Civil works and infrastructure management based on BIM (Building Information Management) through AI and Symbol blockchain.
As more devices become internet-connected, how will business networks interact with the enormous flow of data? Recording and providing identification for autonomous vehicles, geolocation, sensors, and device usage presents a huge challenge. IoDLT looks to provide an answer using Symbol.
The NEM Group, in conjunction with the NEM Core Team and developers released a major update to the Symbol blockchain road map. It includes important details about the public chain protocol and second-layer tools such as SDKs and client apps.