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[Hyperledger Supply Chain SIG] [Hyperledger Grid] Defining Performance metrics for Provenance


Jay Chugh <jay.chugh@...>
 

Hi Brad, 

That’s great to hear. Are you able to share the smart contract design that you speak of below? 

In the Supply Chain SIG, which I currently chair, we have a project proposal underway that deals with creating one or more smart contract templates for Supply Chain use cases, as a way to help others speed up blockchain adoption/reduce learning curve. 

Your contribution with your smart contract design referenced below could be a good starting point. Please feel free to join the smart contract project and make it successful.

Thanks,
Jay 


On Jun 14, 2019, at 1:53 AM, bradmulley@... wrote:
Hi Mark,
 
This is really interesting. We are beginning to design smart contracts to help limit fraud within a zero-deforestation cacao supply chain in Ivory Coast.  Would be great to exchange ideas on this. 
 
Cheers,
Brad
 
 
Brad Mulley
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Subject: [Hyperledger Grid] Defining Performance metrics for Provenance
 

Hi
 
The Performance and Scale Working Group (PSWG) is looking to define performance metrics for supply chain provenance. Vipin has written up a quick overview for us to start the work. 
 
 
We are hoping to collaborate with other groups and projects looking at supply chain and smart contracts in order to ensure that we get things right. So my ask is that folks from the different HL groups can aid us in our efforts. The payoff is that at the end of this process there will be something that can be used to benchmark Provenance use cases. 
 
Thanks
 
-mark
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Mark Wagner
Chair - Performance and Scale Working Group
Hyperledger