Blockchain Integration

Combining massively scalable serialization with the benefits of distributed ledger technology.


Benefit from provenance data on existing blockchains or publish tracking events to shared ledgers while retaining the real time performance and unrivalled scalability of Kezzler.

Ledger agnostic

Kezzler can integrate with a range of immutable ledger technologies, whether your platform of choice is an immutable ledger like Amazon Quantum Ledger Database, a Smart Contract based blockchain like Ethereum or the Iota Tangle.

Avoid vendor lock-in before a true industry standard has emerged.

Immutable DB

Blockchain and Direct Acyclic Graph

  • Authenticated audit log
  • Link to traceability data on existing blockchains
  • Publish tracking events to distributed ledger
  • Support token based consumer engagement programs

When blockchain is not enough

When you have hit the limits of scale of non-fungible tokens in terms of performance or cost or need a partner with extensive experience in industrial integrations, Kezzler is here to help you.


Is blockchain a competitor to Kezzler?

Not directly. Blockchain is a base technology originally developed for Bitcoin and which is now used for a range of other purposes, much like relational databases (SQL) have traditionally been the underlying technology for serialization solutions of Kezzler's competitors.

Is Kezzler complimentary to block chain?

Kezzler solutions are API driven and can receive events from upstream Track & Trace solutions or publish events to an EPCIS standard compliant T&T solution. We are agnostic to the base technology of those systems, whether it's blockchain or a classic database.

The same arguments apply if a different technology emerges as standard in a specific industry, like how R3 Corda is a platform inspired by blockchain, but adapted to the requirements of the financial sector.

How can Kezzler augment a blockchain with brand protection?

Kezzler's paired codes concept adds value to a blockchain based service: Public codes can be tracked on a shared blockchain, while a private code can be hidden on the inside of a package, allowing the end-consumer to immediately verify the authenticity of a product even if the delivery chain is imperfect and not all transactions are included on the blockchain.

How is Kezzler different from a blockchain?

Kezzler has a patented base technology that differs from both SQL and blockchain in that it was specifically optimized for the use cases of Brand Protection, Track & Trace and Consumer Engagement.

Where blockchain uses encryption to guarantee the immutability of transactions, Kezzler applies encryption to guarantee uniqueness of codes and massively scalable performance.

Where Kezzler delivers a cost efficient and confidential track & trace solution for an organization and its suppliers and customers, blockchain shows promise as the foundation for a future audit layer, managing complex multi-party agreements across banks, insurance, governments, suppliers and customers through the use of smart contracts.