Continental, SMX validate application of natural rubber supply chain tracking technology

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The tracking technology involves adding an invisible label to latex whose information can eventually be retrieved from the tire using a purpose-built reader

German tire manufacturer Continental announced via press release on 7 December that it had, in partnership with Melbourne-based blockchain technology company Security Matters (SMX), succeeded in verifying the application of a invisible marker for tracking the supply chain of the natural rubber in a tire.

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