Implementasi Teknologi Blockchain Proof of Work Pada Penelusuran Supply Chain Produk Komputer
In recent times, the supply chain has developed into a large ecosystem. Various products moving from party to party require cooperation between stakeholders in managing the data generated. The problem is that every company has its own transaction records that can be inconsistent and their storage is centralized and not integrated between companies. This makes transaction records easy to falsify. Efficient data management is needed from the producer to the store so that consumers can trust the product. Therefore, the authors designed a product tracking system using blockchain by implementing proof of work (PoW) as the consensus algorithm, SHA-3 256 as data security, Mongo database as cloud-based data storage and QR Code as the output. As a result, transaction data from producers, distributors to retail stores are stored completely in MongoDB which is a cloud-based database, then the resulting QR Code can be used to view details of producers, distributors to retail stores that sell them. The simulation and trial results show the product tracing system design is successful as expected.
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