NetworkNewsBreaks – Pacific Software, Inc. (PFSF) Agri-blockchain Solution Tracks Products from Farm to Table

Pacific Software (OTC: PFSF), an emerging development technology corporation and master licensor of Hyperledger blockchain-based systems, has developed an “agri-blockchain” technology to track agricultural products from farm to table, providing an accurate, tamper-proof record. A recent article discussing the company reads: “The company’s farm-to-table blockchain solution is a game-changer, completely transforming the verification and certification process for exported agricultural goods. With news about zombie meat scares and food product recalls dominating headlines around the world, the ability to accurately track the entire journey of a product, from origin to final destination, and to eliminate fraud, human error and other issues, will have a widespread impact for producers, exporters, importers and consumers alike.”

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About Pacific Software Inc.

Pacific Software, Inc. (OTC: PFSF) is an emerging development technology corporation positioned for investments, mergers and acquisitions of software technologies and platforms. The company is a designer, developer and commercial distributor of blockchain-based systems. The company intends to be uniquely positioned to deliver B2B and B2C blockchain solutions by utilizing IBM’s Hyperledger Blockchain “Backend as a Service” (BaaS) Infrastructure for three key industries: Agriculture, to target farm-to-table beef exports; Cannabis, to improve Seed-to-Sale supply chain management and traceability; and Opioids/Controlled Substance Management, to create a verifiable and trusted ledger between pharmaceutical manufacturers and consumers. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.PacificSoftwareInc.com.

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