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Overview on the Blockchain-Based Supply Chain Systematics and Their Scalability Tools

Abstract : Modern IT technologies shaped the shift in economic models with many advantages on cost, optimization, and time to market. This economic shift has increased the need for transparency and traceability in supply chain platforms to achieve trust among partners. Distributed ledger technology (DLT) is proposed to enable supply chains systems with trust requirements. In this paper, we investigate the existing DLT-based supply chain projects to show their technical part and limitations and extract the tools and techniques used to avoid the DLT scalability issue. We then set the requirements for a typical DLT-based supply chain in this context. The analyses are based on the scalability metrics such as computing, data storage, and transaction fees that fit the typical supply chain system. This paper highlights the effects of Blockchain techniques on scalability and their incorporation in supply chains systems. It also presents other existing solutions that can be applied to the supply chain. The investigation shows the necessity of having such tools in supply chains and developing them to achieve an efficient and scalable system. The paper calls for further scalability enhancements throughout introducing new tools and/or reutilize the current ones. Doi: 10.28991/esj-2021-SP1-04 Full Text: PDF
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E. Exposito, Houssein Hellani, Layth Sliman, Abed Ellatif Samhat. Overview on the Blockchain-Based Supply Chain Systematics and Their Scalability Tools. Emerging Science Journal, 2021, 4, pp.45-69. ⟨10.28991/esj-2021-sp1-04⟩. ⟨hal-03431819⟩

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