For many years, the international shipping industry has been plagued by 2 main problems. These are counterfeiting and theft. Merchandise is stolen en route or even at ports. Some import and export companies have tried to curb this problem by tracking merchandise using NFC and RFID chips. While this has reduced the problem, it is very expensive. EndChain is here to solve this issue. By leveraging Blockchain technology, EndChain promises to eliminate the inconsistencies of counterfeiting and merchandise theft.
What does EndChain do?
This is a Blockchain-based solution which can track merchandise on a mass scale. EndChain implements QR codes and barcodes. It also provides 2 new solutions to the merchandise tracking industry.
EndChain works comfortably with legacy systems.
Compared to the current NFC and RFID chip solutions which are implemented today, EndChain is far more efficient.
Technologies that are implemented in the EndChain
To make its solution possible, EndChain combines Blockchain, QR code and barcode technologies. EndChain is built upon the Ethereum distributed network. As such, it implements Smart Contracts to combine its core technologies. Seeing as it is constructed upon Ethereum, this new technology also provides a token. Hence, it is a transport tracking solution and also an investment option.
The EndChain token is symbolized as (ENCN). The ICO for this token began on February 1st 2019 and will end on April 30th 2019. There are 74,567,312 ENCN available for purchase through the ICO. 1 ENCN is priced at 0.24 USD/0.0000605934 BTC. The ICO is currently open to anyone from any country in the world. However, some countries are currently restricted. They include China, the United States and Afghanistan.
Team behind the EndChain
A dedicated team of technology and business professionals created and currently maintain EndChain.
The founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of EndChain is Aaron Perkowitz. He is a logistics officer in HNA Group. This is a Fortune 500 company. He researches and develops innovations in the field of logistics. Aaron creates networks with strategic partners in the field of logistics. He also selects targets for acquisition. Therefore, he has the formal knowledge and practical skills which are required to lead EndChain.
Pierre Angot is the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of EndChain. With training in data engineering, Pierre is an effective Blockchain enthusiast. Having graduated from the Ecole Centrale Lyon with honors in data science and mathematics, Pierre is one of the top technologists in Information Technology (IT) today. Therefore, he innovates and delivers technological solutions for EndChain.
Business Development is handled by Felix Engelhardt. With over 6 years of handling business development in Asia, Felix is a strategically important member of staff at EndChain. He has also worked at a multi-billion dollar construction company known as Leighton Asia. He develops client engagement strategies and execution methods. In doing so, he is the tip of the spear for business development at EndChain.
Every company needs a firm online presence. As such, Felix Becquart is a Progressive Web App Expert at EndChain. With foundations in mechanical engineering, Felix Becquart switched to full stack development. He is passionate about using the Internet strategically for online growth. Eventually, he adapted his skills and implemented them in Progressive Web App Development. Hence, he regularly hosts tech events and hackathons too.
Eileen Chen is the Vice President of Logistics at EndChain. Currently the president at Charter Logistics Shanghai Limited, Eileen has more than 10 years of experience in logistics. She brings her knowledge and corporate capability. As such, she is a core professional personality in the logistical department of the company.
Javince Chan is the UI/UX Designer. Her responsibility is to make sure that all the users of this social media network have a great experience when surfing through EndChain. Having worked at many corporations and gained knowledge as well as experience, Javince created her own company known as Phantasos Studio. Through her firm, she delivers UI/UX solutions to EndChain.
Luciano Di Palma
Luciano Di Palma is the Data Exploration and Information Retrieval at the company. He is an expert of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with a specialization in machine learning. Having handled big data frameworks through technologies such as Spark and Hadoop, Luciano handles company and merchandise data effectively.
EndChain is the latest technology in merchandise handling. It leverages the power of the Blockchain in delivering cost effective, accurate merchandise tracking. The import and export business will never be the same again thanks to EndChain!