Infinity Electrostatics: Blockchain Crypto Carbon Fingerprint

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Infinity Electrostatics LLC, a technology development firm for additive 3D printing and graphene production, is pleased to announce development of a unique process to track materials.

Using graphene (produced from graphite, or eco-friendly hemp and bamboo), almost any carbon-based material can be used to make a identifiable carbon fingerprint.

What do you get when you combine a strand of carbon atoms, RFID, barcode, born-on-date, and location in one structure ? You get a thread that resembles a DNA of data. Since each thread is unique, it may be used in different products, but it’s origin and identifier will always be the same. This allows your unique product to be distributed, but not copied, without its fingerprint.

The crypto carbon blockchain technology gives you a competitive advantage in the market, by having a market identifiable history from inception. It is the new crypto carbon of industry. In a distributed material chain, it provides a mechanism of accountability using a carbon DNA fingerprint which can’t be erased.

Carbon based material matrix, such as carbon fiber can be made from crypto carbon thread.

Using this material in consumer products from clothes to phones, can allow sensors to determine and quantify data of origin (real versus knock-offs), use, and consumer metrics. When a crypto carbon sensor is connected to a network, it can give real-time channel specific traffic data to the factory on product robustness, and tampering.

Since the crypto carbon is invisible to the eye, it provides a transparent barcode. Carbon based graphene is also conductive, so it can also be used as a RFID (radio frequency identification). Since crypto carbon can be statically charged, a RFID can be self-powered.

About Graphene:  The new environmentally friendly, transparent, go-to material that has incredible opportunities for super capacitors, solar cells, semi-conductors, is impervious to water, temperature changes, and can self-repair its bonds. It is 1000 times more conductive than Copper, 200 times stronger than steel, and doesn’t have the limitations of silicon.


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