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What is Seal?
The details have not been worked out yet but there could be savings to both Brands and consumers. For example a designer bag might cost $1000.
Seal is the best way for anyone to check if a product is genuine or fake. Seal combines NFC chips, which are embedded into physical products, the Seal app, and the Seal Network to provide a fast, simple, and secure way to provide products authenticity and other services. Seal lets brands earn money every time their products change owners. For the first time in history, brands can earn money from items sold through the secondhand trade, while simultaneously protecting their markets from counterfeiters. Using the power of the blockchain, authenticity can be checked and ownership can be transferred decades from now, even if the product itself is discontinued, as long as people contribute to the decentralized Seal network.
HSM for electronic seal
If you do not agree with them, you must not use this website. The platform even has a service to allow the brands to use different tailored APIs that’ll redirect consumers or traffic to a custom source such as a website or an app. Seal’s this service easily offers time- or geospatial-enabled product analytics to different brands in real time. Through the analytics, a brand can reshape its strategies so that they’re more productive. This service is apt for all those brands who want to develop a product replacement or a product recall.
(this is unique to Seals solution and NFC chips). So brands can still make a very small cut on the secondary sale of an item and the seller can likely get a better price.
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Consumers will appreciate its ease of use and, of course, the assurance that they’re buying genuine brand-name goods. Sellers on the secondary market will value the trust that Seal provides. media release Seal Network to build blockchain anti-counterfeiting network with the European Commission.
Their model is not as appealing to consumers and brands as seal as it more just provides consumers with authenticity and focuses on its token's being a currency. Seal is the best way to verify the authenticity of your favorite products. Together, we build a better world in which consumers appreciate the creative work of makers and stop feeding the counterfeit economy and its disastrous effects on the world. Seal’s assurance of authenticity will become as important to shoppers as price and consumer reviews. Sellers that sell Seal-validated goods will strengthen their trustworthiness, helping increase their customer acquisition and retention rates.
The Seal proprietary technology utilizes NFC compatible Seal chips which can be effectively, securely and discretely incorporated with any physically manufactured product. Upon integration of the Seal chip, the product is paired with the digital counterpart on the blockchain. Verification of authenticity is instantaneous with a simple tap or scan with any smart device. Seal is a blockchain powered product authentication and services platform which will provide consumers and manufacturers with product trust. Icotokennews.com is only a website offering information - not a regulated broker or investment adviser, and none of the information is intended to guarantee future results.
But what happens when these brands get copied? It’s that time when a brand’s integrity gets destroyed and it ends up losing a large part of its value. For example, Nike is one of the most copied brands and its counterfeits generate a lot of cash. But a counterfeited product, in the end, is just a feeble copy of the original—something that can’t ever match the quality delivered by a genuine product.
As Seal’s decentralized platform keeps an unalterable record of each product’s origin and purchase history, securing seller reputation, while assuring buyers that they’re getting genuine branded goods. The company that’s building this platform has a chief goal of restoring the faith among the consumers for different brands.
So, the copied product’s chip will carry the info that’ll not be sync with what the real product’s embedded chip is having. All of this will eventually indicate that the product is tampered with. With blockchain and a dynamic embedded chip, Seal is working toward finding robust solution to protecting a brand’s integrity. I couldn't find anyone on the team with blockchain experience. The closest I found to blockchain was blockchain evangelist.
- They are in talks with many companies they can't name but ensure the community they are very exciting and promising.
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- Social Media and community are small at this point, but it looks like those campaigns are just getting started.
- With regular fiat transactions, there is no way to verify that purchased goods, and the cash used to buy them, are, without a shadow of a doubt, genuine and haven’t been tampered with.
- However, the idea is that checking a product’s genuineness shouldn’t be difficult.
What’s happening right now is that almost every big brand is paying through its nose for brand protection and for legal costs every year. So, for brands, anti-counterfeiting is a complete cost center. How about if this cost center gets transformed into a profit center? Every brand that’s part of this platform will make a small amount of profit whenever its products change hands.
They are more focused on supply chain and tracking goods from their origin to point of sale and ensure the integrity of the goods. Namely they will use temperature senors to ensure they goods never got above or below certain temperatures. Again I think they are in a different space to seal and could actually work together.
I don't see these delays as a big issue as many positive changes have come from the delays and behind the scenes networking has been going. Vechain has a very similar basic concept but a completely different business model. I think both companies can exist in the same space and the brands will decide who they want to use and what model fits their product better. The other main difference is they will be using RFID (currently) and are more focused on a supply chain model and is much more complicated.
The development team behind Seal believes that the network effects will improve a token’s utility by a wide margin. The utility of these tokens will increase as more brands will continue to adopt the platform. The network effect will easily improve the value of Seal tokens as consumers will begin using these tokens. As more tokens are distributed among the brands and consumers and as more on-platform services are developed and deployed, the network effect will kick in. And the best phase of the network effect will come when the products of the registered brands will start penetrating the secondary market.
Seal wants to bring back confidence to consumers and allow for brands to interact with their most heavily vested customers in the most direct way the internet has ever seen. They are building a better world in which consumers appreciate the creative work of makers and stop feeding the counterfeit economy and its disastrous effects on the world. Wabi is quite similar to seal in some aspects. It is reasonably simple and uses RFID with antennas. It is focused on milk powder and other food and wine products to start with.
Once a Seal Chip has been integrated into a product, the brand scans that product to register it in the Seal Network, thereby pairing it with its digital counterpart on Seal’s blockchain. The Seal chip is a custom dynamic chip that generates a unique code with every scan. Seal tokens are used for paying for several services used by brands and consumers. The range of supported services will increase as the platform will improve and evolve.
I like this idea, and team is very strong with early investment. The challenge is go to market strategy and how to partner with big brand. I think there is room for both as they focus on different areas. Vechain is more supply chain where Seal brings something useful to the Brands and Customers. They are the only company to be using NFC tech and they have the added advantage of being the only company not using Chinese based tech or being a Chinese based company.
5.4.4. SEAL Encapsulation and Fragmentation
Brands can charge a variable fee depending on the product and added services and functions the chip provides. This helps fight counterfeiting and the consumer gets to support the designers and brands they love. Seal will use secure NFC embedded chips synchronized with blockchain technology to allow product authenticity, adding additional value and information about the product, such as product history.
However, the entire solution that Seal is proposing doesn’t include only blockchain. Instead, there has to be a dynamic, NFC–compatible chip whose state changes every time anyone interacts with it. So just because the chip is dynamic, it won’t be possible for fraudsters to pass its counterfeit copy off as real—that’s because, in the end, the data on the chip will change every time a fraudster will try to make its copy. Yes, online authentication makes sure whether the products are authentic or not. However, even the online medium of authentication comes with its fair share of challenges.
5.3. SEAL Encapsulation Format
This may mean it will be harder to penetrate those markets but they are focused on Luxury brands so this would work in their favor to start with. The business model and technology is much more exciting to the public and brands than the competition. But there is room for all the companies and I think many of them compliment and can work along side each other. The market here is so huge and the potential is a bit overwhelming really. Seal have had quite a few delays namely because the ICO was just not as ready as they thought it was.