VeChain announced its partnership with INPI ASIA, a company that makes new types of digital identification solutions by utilizing a combination of nanotechnology, secured digital technology, and photonics technology.
The VeChain Foundation goal is to assist the VeChainThor platform in reaching greater heights by integrating the best product makers and solution developers from all around the globe, helping them to find a holistic approach towards problem-solving.
Going beyond the restrictions of the other codes, the new NDCode is capable of disrupting the RFIF/NFC/QR Code dominant market. Furthermore, the VeChain cutting-edge technology can solve the problems faced by use cases.
The NDCode is a significant addition to the IoT market providing high-level security with the protonic property, adding nano identification to products, bringing an endless life cycle to a digital identification, increasing the potential to grow and being cost-efficient.
Additionally, the resistance of the NDCode to high temperature can be used in a harsh environment, can be identified in the dark, it can be identified even if it is 30% damaged, can last over 100 years and can take any shape.
The VeChainThor Blockchain ensures that the product-associated data can be verified and not changed. This technology will also be used to identify any fraudulent activities and simultaneously to maintain privacy and transparency.
Financial institutions, hospitals, government offices and banks can use this technology. The NDCode solution is a great method to authenticate collectibles or antiques without impacting on its aesthetic appeal as NDCodes are invisible, durable, and permanent.
A crypto enthusiast said:
“VeChain is just the definition of excellent Blockchain work. Keep doing this!! Game over for many IoT projects.”
Another crypto investor and enthusiast commented:
“I am blown away. Yet another incredible innovation! Would you believe I just had some guy telling me VeChain was uninvestable because it has no working products, “It’s private” etc. etc., same old uninformed tripe. I pity the fool.”
Jesse Stone, a Twitter user said:
“What is this NDCode? Is it just an invisible QR code or is there a chip? Do you need a special reader to read it? NFC seems like a better choice as you can embed that and high heat resistance.”