SupplyGuard: Disrupting the Status Quo of Global Trade with Unparalleled Transparency

Project Name: SupplyGuard

Project Track: Web3

Team Name: Supply Guard

Team Member(s): 2 - Albert, Augustine

Project Goal: SupplyGuard aims to revolutionize supply chain management by utilizing blockchain technology to ensure transparency, security, and traceability from production to delivery.

Project Value: SupplyGuard leverages blockchain to combat counterfeit goods, reduce losses from gray market trading, and increase consumer confidence by providing a transparent and immutable ledger for supply chain operations.

Project Info: SupplyGuard_white-paper

Project Website:

Project Test Instructions:

  1. Visit our website at
  2. Create an account.
  3. Follow the onboarding guide to list your product.
  4. Utilize our platform to track your product’s journey in real-time.

Project Details:
SupplyGuard is an innovative platform designed to safeguard the integrity of the supply chain. Through the use of smart contracts and decentralized ledgers, every product’s journey is recorded and authenticated, providing peace of mind for both suppliers and consumers. (Photos and videos will be added to illustrate project features)

Smart Contract links: BTTCSCAN | BitTorrent (BTT) Blockchain Explorer

Project Milestones:

  • June 2024: Project Launch & MVP Development
  • July 2024: Testnet Deployment & Community Feedback Integration
  • August 2024: Mainnet Launch & Partner Onboarding
  • September 2024: First Major Update Rollout with Enhanced Features

Welcome team, I have been seeing supply chain management projects every season but I am not sure people use it. What can you do to make people utilize this. We are building to solve issues but if after building no one uses it then it won’t worth it


Thank you for your insightful question. It’s a valid concern and one that underscores the importance of not just innovation, but also the adoption and practical application of technology in real-world settings. Here’s how we are addressing these concerns with SupplyGuard:

  1. User-Centric Design: We focus on creating a seamless and intuitive user experience that simplifies complex supply chain data. This involves using clear dashboards, real-time updates, and actionable insights that are easily understandable by all stakeholders, from warehouse managers to top-level executives.
  2. Education and Onboarding: We plan to roll out comprehensive educational materials and training sessions for new users. This will help demystify the technology and show direct, tangible benefits to their specific operations, encouraging sustained use.
  3. Community Building and Engagement: Actively engaging with the supply chain community through forums, webinars, and conferences to keep the dialogue open and the solutions relevant. Engaged communities are more likely to adopt and advocate for solutions that they feel a part of.

By addressing these areas, we aim to not only solve critical issues within supply chain management but also ensure that SupplyGuard becomes a tool that companies want to use, benefiting from its capabilities to bring more efficiency and transparency to their operations


Few examples from precious session.

Bitlogix Supply Chain

Provylens Supply chain

What unique difference will you make from the previous similar projects?


I like point 2 and 4 and I want you to take it very serious if only you want this project to go far.

Don’t just build, look for corporations and partnerships that will help your project grow


Welcome to Grand hackathon season 6, all the best


What could be the reason for this. Is it that the project was copied from an ETH network/project?


The project has not been hosted at the mentioned URL yet. The phrase “create an account to receive your unique ETH address” was a typo, which I have now corrected. The URL will become active once all preparations are complete.

It’s important to clarify that this project is original and not copied from any existing Ethereum network. You can verify its authenticity through independent searches.

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Welcome to Grand hackathon season 6 buddy wishing you all the best of luck


Welcome to Season 6, I see the project “SupplyGuard” aims to disrupt global trade by leveraging blockchain technology for supply chain management, ensuring transparency and security from production to delivery.

How scalable is the platform, and what strategies are in place for expansion to different industries or regions?

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The application is developed with scalability in mind, utilizing blockchain technology to efficiently manage increasing quantities of transactions across multiple industries. To handle growth, SupplyGuard employs a modular architecture that can be tailored to specific industry requirements and regulatory norms, making it ideal for worldwide deployment.

Our strategy for expansion includes:

  1. Industry Flexibility: Adapting the platform’s features to meet the unique demands and challenges of various industries, from agriculture to manufacturing.
  2. Global Scalability: Establishing partnerships and compliance with international standards to facilitate entry into new markets.
  3. Innovation: Continuously updating the platform with the latest technology enhancements and adapting to user feedback to improve functionality and user experience.
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Welcome to the Hackathon, I have read everything, are you going to do partnership that will provide a boost to your ecosystem, thank you

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It’s impressive to see SupplyGuard’s proactive approach towards scalability and adaptability, especially through its modular architecture catering to diverse industry needs. Expanding on this, I’m curious about the specifics of how SupplyGuard plans to adapt its features to different industries. Are there any notable examples or case studies demonstrating successful implementation in various sectors?

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Thank you for your thoughtful question. SupplyGuard’s modular architecture is designed to offer flexibility and scalability across various industries, allowing it to adapt seamlessly to each sector’s specific needs. Here’s how SupplyGuard achieves this:

For example : Agriculture:

  • Use Case: In agricultural supply chains, transparency and traceability are essential for both producers and consumers.
  • MVP Features: Our MVP includes products uploaded by our partners, helping them leverage SupplyGuard to securely log and track production data using Ethereum smart contracts.
  • Implementation: Retailers and consumers can scan QR codes to verify the origin, quality, and certification of agricultural products.
  • Impact: Improved transparency, reduced fraud, and increased consumer trust."
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SupplyGuard’s approach to adapting its platform to different industries, like agriculture, is commendable. The use case example provided demonstrates a clear understanding of the unique challenges within each sector and how SupplyGuard’s features can address them effectively.

Expanding on the agricultural use case, how does SupplyGuard ensure the integrity and accuracy of the data logged into the platform by producers? Are there any mechanisms in place to verify the authenticity of the information recorded on the blockchain?

Hello SupplyGuard team, welcome to TRON hackathon!

By checking your submission you demo video doesn’t match your project description, video shows an approval flow , something like an eSign system for managers in a organization but your actual submissions is talking about supply chain traceability. Would you please help to clarify?

Additional to that by testing your app and connecting it relays to polygon explorer / ETH L2 . Would you please clarify what was developed specifically for this hackathon?

Thank you! Keep building!


Hi Marino, first of all, thanks for testing SupplyGuard and providing us with feedback. Now, to address your questions, firstly, the demo video didn’t showcase every single feature in the application due to the duration constraints of the hackathon.

  1. The supply chain consists of different processes, which are supervised by managers. After these managers approve a step in the supply chain process, it completes the entire supply chain. There is a “track order” section in the app. When a product is clicked, it shows the trace or the process of who and what time the product was approved. A customer can also scan a QR code to track their order. Therefore, the app is indeed a supply chain management app and not an ordering system.

  2. I really don’t understand the role of Polygon here. This app was deployed on the Bittorrent Chain.

I will also recommend you try the actual app itself and read the white paper. Thank you

Project Whitepaper: SupplyGuard_white-paper

Project Website: