Bringing visibility to global supply chain

Concept






Eximchain project was kicked off in 2015 at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) with the mission to help small-and-medium enterprise (SME) buyers and suppliers to create supply chain optimization tools and gain access to affordable credit. Our smart contract-based ecosystem allows SMEs to quickly implement turnkey Supply Chain Finance solutions and manage supply chain risk digitally. Businesses around the world can be connected through a decentralized network to begin closing the $1.6 trillion financing gap estimated by WTO.

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Supply chain finance

We build a public permissioned blockchain hybrid for small-and-medium enterprise (SME) buyers and suppliers to create supply chain optimization tools and gain access to affordable credit to grow their businesses

Ecosystem

Our smart contract-based ecosystem allows SMEs to quickly implement turnkey Supply Chain Finance solutions or issue digital tokens on a permissioned fork of Ethereum supporting data privacy.

Governance model

We have designed a new consensus protocol that forks Quorum to add a quadratic voting (QVEC) based governance model that secures the block proposal mechanism.

Build your own Solution

User application

Supply Chain Dapp (Distributed Applications) for businesses

Developer Opportunity

Create customized solutions for your company or issue your own utility tokens to manage your supply chain, profit when your application/library is used.

Smart Contract SDK

The smart contract SDK layer will allow developers to build applications from basic components, accelerating development of supply chain solutions.

Decentralized Network

All applications are supported by the decentralized network with transaction level privacy.

Eximchain Smart Contracts

The smart contract SDK layer will allow developers to build applications from basic components, accelerating development of future Supply Chain Finance solutions. Private channel coordination: Each communication channel is private where only the involved parties can see the information provided during each negotiation.

Product

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Financial solutions

As a supplier, seize early payment discounts to improve working capital. As a buyer, enjoy credit arbitrage opportunities.
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Procure to Pay

Remove paper and manual processes across procure-to-pay. Maintain a real-time audit of agreed upon contracts in each step of the procure-to-pay process.
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Supplychain Optimization:

Arrange private negotiations to achieve profit maximization. Share supplychain risk and potential benefit without the need for a thrid party.
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Supplier Management

Understand your upstream and downstream players. Gain visibility over the whole supply chain while maintaining privacy at the transaction level.
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Inventory Management

Share demand information to reduce waste and inventory cost. Make better inventory plans, save time and reduce cost through smart contract automation.

Eximchain Network Token

The EXC token is the native token built for our blockchain. The primary use of EXC token is to access services provided by the Eximchain network. Tokens will be used to pay network fees in each application built on top of the Eximchain Smart Contract SDK. The secondary usage of EXC tokens is to ensure stability of the network. The EXC tokens paid in each transaction are distributed to a block proposer as a reward. Tokens will be easily transferable across existing Ethereum wallets and altcoin exchanges. Participation tokens will only be minted in the genesis block.

  • 40% Sold on Token Sale
  • 20% Distributed to community
  • 20% Reserved for team
  • 10% Advisor/bonus
  • 10% Hedging/reserve

First round token supply: 150million EXC
First round fund raising cap: $20million
Total token supply: 250million EXC

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Core Team

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Hope Liu

CEO
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Juan Sebastian Huertas

CTO
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David Kelly

Marketing & Community Manager
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Jian Xu

Software Architect
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Sawan Jindal

Full Stack Engineer
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William Peckham

Business Development
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Ramble Lan - Advisor

Ramble Lan is the president of NABA (North America Blockchain Association), Chief Architect of the Regulatory Sandbox in Guiyang, China, and the chairman of Supply Chain Blockchain Association in Fujian, China. He also runs a crypto exchange in China- Goocoin (Ooocoin.com).
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Tiger Zhong - Advisor

Tiger Zhong is the CEO of Trademanger (www. Trademanager.com)- a platform that provides big data services for small and medium sized business in global trade with over 50k active users. He has experience providing services to small and medium size business in China for over 16 years.
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Catherine Dai - Advisor

Catherine Dai is the Founder and Owner of BoaoTech and HongKong Boao, Co-Founder and Shareholder of GiboStar Int’l . She plays Angel/VC role for 16 companies ranging from TMT, Biopharmaceutical, Heavy industry, to Garment, Catering, and Entertainment Industry in China.
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Daniel Wang -Advisor

Daniel Wang is a China based, U.S. trained executive with extensive transactional background. He is currently the director of investment of a Fortune 500 company, and used to be an attorney practicing in Silicon Valley, Hong Kong and Mainland China.
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Manmeet Singh -Advisor

Manmeet Singh is currently the managing partner of Blockseed Venture and the Investment Advisor for Nanjing Municipal Government. He previously ran an Asia focused financial advisory firm and was the China Representative of ICIC Bank.
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Peter Missine - Advisor

Peter Missine established himself as an independent strategy consultant after a few years at McKinsey & Co. Prior to his MBA at MIT Sloan, Peter spent five years as an international commodity trader on three continents for Louis Dreyfus Commodities (LDC). At LDC he also worked with international trade flows, supply chains, transfer pricing and anti-dumping.
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Sebastian Quinn-Watson - Advisor

Sebastian Quinn-Watson is an international corporate lawyer turned founder. He is leading the expansion of the venture and ICO advisory business for Blockchain Global. He is spear heading the creation of a better ICO standard. To date Blockchain Global has invested around $20million and supported over $150m in ICO token sales.
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Michael Casey -Advisor

Michael Casey is a Senior Advisor for the Digital Currency Initiative at MIT’s Media Lab and a partner at Agentic Group. A writer and researcher in the fields of economics, finance and information technology, most of Casey’s career was spent as a journalist at the Wall Street Journal. He has authorized four books, including the Age of Cryptocurrency.