IBM, the technology company, estimates that in the next five years, in order to deal with other issues including fraud and food security, ink and inorganic computer such as cryptographic anchors will be installed in objects and equipment. Their size will be smaller than the salt particles.
IBM said in the statement that cryptographic anchors will be used with blockchane-distributed laser technology to ensure the product’s authentication ranges from reaching customers in hand. Distributed laser technology is a digital system designed to hurt property or product transactions in which the information related to the transactions is recorded at several places at the same time.
It says that these technologies pave the way for new solutions that will help in dealing with issues like food security, certified manufactured products, identification of counterfeit goods. In the global economy there are more than 600 billion frauds annually, and in some countries about 70 percent of the life saving drugs are fake.