FarmaTrust Helps To Save The World From Counterfeit Medicines

FarmaTrust Helps To Save The World From Counterfeit Medicines

FarmaTrust is a blockchain platform for tracking the supply chain of pharmaceuticals. The invariability of recording in the blockchain will prevent the sale of counterfeit medicines. Thus, the blockchain, AI and machine training can save patients from counterfeit and will benefit pharmaceutical companies by increasing their incomes.


  1. Works with outdated hardware and software;
  2. Uses the latest technology;
  3. Covers all corners of the world;
  4. Complies with most international standards;
  5. Provides data security for corporations and the public.

The tracking system is based on a unique identifier, which is associated with a digital-analog in a detachment. Therefore, to forge a medicine - it will be necessary to forge a digital record in the detachment, which is impossible to implement.

As a practical solution is the Zoi platform, which will unite pharmaceutical companies, suppliers, logistics and shipping companies, wholesalers and distributors, pharmacies and hospitals into a single network.

The main sale of tokens will begin on February 15, 2018.

Ethereum, Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, Ripple, Zcash, as well as fiat currencies are accepted. The minimum contribution is 0.1 ETH.

Throughout the main sale, investors will receive a referral code. These codes allow others to receive a bonus of 5%.

It is worth noting that the project collected more than 3,700 ETH during a private pre-sale, which is almost twice the estimated fees.

Additional information can be obtained in English-language telegram-chat and WhitePaper .

Information Source: FarmaTrust

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