TruTrace and Deloitte Partner to Use Blockchain to Track Cannabis Quality via Its StrainSecure System
TruTrace, a company focused on blockchain tracking, has recently started a partnership with Deloitte, known as one of the Big Four global auditing firms. The idea is for the companies to join forces so they can track cannabis using the blockchain.
According to media reports, the new product will be called StrainSecure and it will employ the blockchain to track the whole supply chain of cannabis. From the sale of seeds to harvesting and selling the products. This, the company believes, can considerably raise the bar for the quality of the service.
The CEO of TruTrace, Robert Galarza, affirmed that this new system will ensure that the system is much more transparent than it is right now and that efficiency is enhanced. According to him, the new partnership with Deloitte will help the product to reach a global market, which will help in its successful launch.
Blockchain And Cannabis
This is far from the first initiative to use the blockchain in the cannabis industry. Before now, Security Matters, an Australian Securities Exchange-listed firm, has created a similar system. The company would also use the blockchain to secure and manage a supply chain for the production of cannabis in Australia.
Another similar case was already presented by TruTrace, too. The company has started a partnership with Shoppers Drug Mart last June. This partnership was used to track several medical cannabis products. The information could be shared with doctors that prescribed these products in order to help them to determine which ones were the best for their patients.