Blockchain is also one of the certification mechanisms and technologies being studied for tracking and traceability in the diamond, coloured stone, and pearl industries. As applied to gems, such standards and associated technology could benefit from the support of existing gemological approaches (e.g., geographical origin determination) to enhance traceability and transparency measures.
This will be one of the additional new services in our forthcoming blockchain-based infrastructure. we will be working with other parties and mainstays in the industry.
Concerning our natural rough ruby, the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) certification and full report from world-renowned Appraiser, Prof. Dr. Miguel Carlos Zenetos, Director Gemologist Graduated GIA – USA, is included in Appendix 1.
GIA codes regarding the appraisal can be verified directly via the website (last page, FAQ the last question/answer has the link).
In Appendix 2 we show the bonded warehouse/ depository Safe Keeping Receipt (SKR) - this can be verified at any time using our direct website link to the GTD, the renowned secure depository based in Newport Beach California (again (last page, FAQ - the last question/answer has the link).