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.
Supply Chain Dapp (Distributed Applications) for businesses
Create customized solutions for your company or issue your own utility tokens to manage your supply chain, profit when your application/library is used.
The smart contract SDK layer will allow developers to build applications from basic components, accelerating development of supply chain solutions.
All applications are supported by the decentralized network with transaction level privacy.
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.
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.
First round token supply: 150million EXC First round fund raising: $20million Second round token sale: Q1-Q2 2018 Total token supply: 250million EXC