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Collected: 5,008,121 USD
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Website: Visit
White paper: Read
Bounty: Bounty
Pre-sale Time: 30 Jan 2018 - 12 Feb 2018
ICO Time: 28 Mar 2018 - 31 May 2018
Whitelist/KYC: KYC
Country: UK
Token info
Ticker: ECOM
Platform: Hyperledger
Token Type: ERC20
Available for sale: 55,000,000 ECOM
Total supply: 100,000,000 ECOM
Financial
Price: 1 ECOM = 0.46 USD
Accepting: ETH, BTC
Soft cap: 10,000,000 USD
Hard cap: 20,700,000 USD
Bonuses: None
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2017
- Concept creation

- Core team hired

- In-depth Market Analysis

- Audience Research

- Competitor Analysis
Q4 2017
- Whitepaper and website designed

- Core partnership meetings

- Approach and secure advisory board
Q1 2018
- Whitepaper and website go live

- Whitelist and pre-sale

- Recruitment Drive

- Creation of Proof of Concept

- Public Release of Code and Github Repo

- Token sale

- Token sale closes

- KYC completed

- Token allocation to Omnitude wallets

- Identify possible Omnitude foundation board members
Q2 2018
- ECOM live on exchange

- Work on partnership and customers

- Election of Omnitude foundation board members

- Omnitude foundation announces agenda for following quarters
Ben Bennett
Operations Director
James Worthington
Hyperledger Consultant
Jon Harris
Brand Director
Lianne Byrne
Marketing Director
Chris Painter
Founder & CEO
Greg Painter
Community Manager
Andrew Starmer
Project Manager
Robert Belgrave
Founder & Advisor
Benjamin Van Every
Blockchain Consultant

Advisors (7)

Sahil Gupta
Advisor
Nathan Christian
Advisor
Tiago Henriques
Cybersecurity Advisor
Antony Welfare
Advisor
Simon Cocking
Advisor
Michael Donald
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Sally Eaves
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A Revolution in eCommerce

Through Blockchain Technology

ECOM Token Whitepaper | http://omnitude.tech

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Contents

Disclaimer 

Page 3

Introduction to Omnitude 

Page 4

What is Omnitude? 

Page 7

What is the ECOM Token? 

Page 10

The State of eCommerce 

Page 12

eCommerce Fraud  

Page 14

Omnitude Solution  

Page 15

Supply Chain 

Page 16

Omnitude Solution  

Page 18

 

 

Page 19

Omnitude Solution 

Page 20

The Cost of Doing Business 

Page 23

Omnitude Solution  

Page 24

About Omnitude 

Page 25

The Omnitude Ecosystem 

Page 26

The ECOM Token in Omnitude  Page 27
Token Sale & Distribution 

Page 28

Use of the Sale Proceeds 

Page 30

Team Members 

Page 31

Omnitude Foundation   

Page 32

Adoption & Collaboration 

Page 33

Core Principles 

Page 35

Road Map 

Page 36

End 

Page 37

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Disclaimer

While  this  document  does  not  preclude  the  Omnitude  Foundation  from  offering  holders  of  ECOM  tokens  a  share  of  the  fees and 

revenue generated from the commercial applications of the Omnitude ecosystem, such offer, if any, and the extent thereof, will be 

at the sole and absolute discretion of the Omnitude Foundation. Accordingly, there is no assurance whatsoever as to whether such 

offer will be made and holders of ECOM tokens should not have any expectation of receiving such an offer. In the premises, no ECOM 

payments or returns.

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Omnitude will make the 

online retail marketplace more 

 

and more secure.

Omnitude is a blockchain smart 

platform that connects 

blockchain technologies, 

eCommerce platforms and 

enterprise systems involved in 

building end-to-end supply 

chains. Utilising Omnitude as an 

integration layer between 

existing systems enables rapid 

deployment of blockchain 

technology without the need to 

replace current systems.

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Omnitude enables businesses to 

solve problems in ways that were 

not previously possible, without the 

rise of blockchain technology. 

Omnitude can help achieve:

• The creation of transparent and

accountable manufacturing and

supply chains

eCommerce fraud

• The enablement of a single

customer identity for use

across any Omnitude connected

eCommerce site

• Blockchain integration between

enterprise systems such as ERP

& WM S

….and many more solutions from 

Omnitude and the community built 

as Omnitude Apps.

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The Omnitude platform will 

itself be open and transparent, 

enabling anyone to design and 

build Omnitude applications to 

integrate with existing solutions 

in eCommerce, supply chain and 

enterprise systems.

We aim to revolutionise 

eCommerce and supply chains with 

blockchain technologies.

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What is Omnitude?

 

Omnitude is a pioneering project to 

revolutionise connectivity between 

blockchain technologies and 

eCommerce platforms & 

enterprise systems.

The Omnitude platform will act 

as middleware, enabling simple 

integration of blockchain

technology into existing systems 

and in doing so, transforming 

their capabilities.

It will do this in two phases...

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Phase One

 

launch the Omnitude platform, this 

will enable connectivity between 

numerous technologies and 

platforms and allow them to take 

advantage of blockchain 

y.

Phase Two

During the second phase, both the 

community and the Omnitude team 

will build Omnitude apps to solve 

 

several Omnitude Apps designed for 

launch that are detailed in the use 

cases section.

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Omnitude technology will enable 

applications to be built. 

The Omnitude team will build its 

own, whilst supporting the

community to develop their own, 

through open documentation, 

example code and support.

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To help fund these initiatives we 

are launching our ECOM utility 

token. 

As well as offering an opportunity to 

be an integral part of the Omnitude 

community, the ECOM token 

presents a robust option to realise 

the potential rewards that ground-

floor involvement means for this 

pioneering project.

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What is the ECOM token ?

 

An ECOM token will be launched 

alongside the Omnitude platform. 

Merchants, customers and 

suppliers will require ECOM, crypto 

currency or FIAT to participate in 

the Omnitude ecosystem.

The initial ECOM tokens issued 

will be used to fund the 

development of the Omnitude 

platform and ecosystem, incentivise 

participants to operate and 

secure this ecosystem and create 

a common settlement method 

for people to participate in the 

Omnitude ecosystem.

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The State of

eCommerce

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In terms of volume and value global 

eCommerce sales in 2016 were estimated 

to be worth $1.86 trillion, and are projected 

to grow to $4.48 trillion by 2021.  

That is big business by any measure.

Of this China and the US will combine for $1.584 trillion in eCommerce sales 

in 2017, representing 69.1% of global eCommerce revenue. In 2017, mobile 

commerce will account for more than 70% of eCommerce sales in both 

China and India, and 59.0% in South Korea. In Germany, the UK and US, 

mCommerce will comprise at least one-third of total retail eCommerce sales.

... but as this market grows so does 

the potential for fraud and the imperative

for transparency for everyone.

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https://www.emarketer.com/Report/Worldwide-Retail-Ecommerce-Sales-eMarketers-

Estimates-20162021/2002090

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eCommerce Fraud

This booming online industry is facing some serious challenges. 

In fact, 45 percent of merchants and suppliers have lost more than $1 million in revenue 

due to challenges faced when integrating cross-channel capabilities into their commerce 

strategy, according to 1WorldSync’s recently released study, Charting Course for 

llGlobal Commerce.

Online payment fraud is set to not only keep the pace, but grow to an even bigger problem 

for eCommerce merchants. Card not present (CNP) accounts for 60% to 70% of all card fraud 

in many developed countries, according to Juniper Research, and it’s increasing. In 2016, for 

every $100 spent through eCommerce, fraudsters stole 5.65 cents. Part of the problem is that 

customers must use either a slow bank transfer or a credit card, mechanisms that expose 

customer and merchant to the risk of ‘phishing’, ‘pharming’ and ‘man-in-the middle’ attacks.

The misuse of chargeback rights, either friendly fraud or chargeback fraud, are the methods 

by which the majority of fraud losses are surrendered. According to The Nilson Report, $31 

billion will be lost to chargebacks by 2020. 

70 percent of customer disputes involve fraudulent/mistaken or unfounded product/service-

related chargebacks. 

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The Omnitude Solution

to eCommerce Fraud

Omnitude’s Single Identity and Single Reputation will provide the means to help merchants 

reduce the most usual form of eCommerce fraud, Identity Theft, whereby fraudulent 

else’s credit card or account.

The Omnitude solution addresses all the major forms of fraud by using Blockchain 

technology. In providing users with a Single Identity on the blockchain, Omnitude will 

relieve merchants from the need to keep and secure extensive local databases containing 

sensitive personal data about their customers. Such databases are at risk of being 

compromised by ‘hacking’. 

The risk of Chargeback Fraud is also minimised by reducing the use of credit cards. 

Omnitude will also reduce Merchant Fraud (i.e. the collecting of payment upfront, 

but with subsequent failure to deliver). Omnitude will facilitate staged release of payments 

depending on stage of delivery.

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Supply chain 

the physical movement of goods from supplier to customer; the later run in the reverse 

is time-consuming, costly, vulnerable to errors, and subject to delays arising from differences 

between clearing systems.

Simultaneously imports of counterfeit and pirated goods are worth nearly half a trillion dollars 

a year, or around 2.5% of global imports. 86% of retailers say their sales are hurt by phony 

goods. Up to 5% of goods imported into the European Union are fakes; these substandard, 

faulty, and often dangerous. Goods can include; foods, machine and auto parts, chemicals, 

medicines, toys, baby formula, medical instruments, perfumes and handbags. 

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Supply chain 

Increasingly, customers demand real time knowledge of the location of their packages 

in the delivery cycle. 

In 2015/16 over two billion items were delivered to households across the UK, an increase of 

12% on the previous year. A recent survey* of online delivery showed that both customers 

and e-tailers want more updates from delivery companies on the location and status of their 

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The Omnitude Solution

to Supply Chain

Omnitude’s Supply Chain solution will allow individual items or shipments tagged 

Whilst travelling through the Supply Chain, at key points, an item’s location will be 

recorded by trusted ‘witnesses’ and written immutably to Omnitude’s blockchain. 

Smart contracts running at each Omnitude node will track the item’s progress, and 

release payments to shippers or suppliers as milestones are reached, without the need 

in the supply chain.

Omnitude’s supply chain blockchain will create a real-time, auditable, tamper-proof 

r. Omnitude will allow 

serial number, to be tracked to establish provenance and authenticity. At key points 

trusted ‘witnesses’ and written immutably to Omnitude’s blockchain.

Later, using just a smartphone, a customer purchasing the item, or retailer receiving 

the item from a supplier, can verify the item’s history matches the seller’s claims. 

The Omnitude Tracker App will show the route to market traced by the item, or whether 

it was recorded as stolen or lost.

Omnitude will allow retailers to better match payment with progress through supply chain. 

Merchants will have an improved ability to make staged payments (‘micropayments’) to 

counterparties as their products move along the supply chain. 

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Customers must usually provide details about their identity (e.g. name, email, phone, address 

and payment details), and about their preference information (e.g. style, sizing, delivery times) 

when transacting online with a merchant. 

Usually, this information must be provided every time they transact with a new merchant, 

even though the same information is being provided each time. Additionally, each merchant 

must expend effort and incur costs to record this data and safeguard it properly.

Buyers depend heavily on online customer reviews for their buying decisions, even when 

these reviews are written by complete strangers. Evidence suggests online customer reviews 

are now more important than TV ads, branded websites, print ads and media. Businesses are 

under increasing pressure to show positive reviews. 

However, researchers now estimate that up to one-third of online reviews are phony, and 

posted falsely either by the merchant itself, to boost, or by a competitor, to damage the 

business involved.

https://smallbiztrends.com/2017/04/importance-of-online-reviews

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The Omnitude Solution

e for customers.

Customers with an Omnitude Identity (OID) will enter their own identity and preference 

Omnitude blockchain. Each time they transact with a merchant, the customer will be able 

to submit, from the Omnitude ClientApp, the identity and preference information already 

This will accelerate and ease the purchasing process, increasing customer satisfaction and 

they will be able to check the provided data against its hash on the Omnitude blockchain.

customer, that participant will earn ECOM from merchants each time those other 

merchants make use of that customer’s Omnitude Single Identity.

A merchant will pay ECOM:

to a participant’s OW, if they make use of a Single Identity built initially

by that participant;

to a customer’s OW, if they make use of that customer’s Single Identity.

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The Omnitude Solution

Proof of Interaction (POI)

Omnitude’s Proof-of-Interaction will provide the means to establish that a reviewer has a 

Each time a customer with an Omnitude ID (‘OID’) transacts with a merchant with an OID, 

a record will be encrypted and written to the Omnitude blockchain by the merchant. 

When the customer elects to submit a review of the online merchant, the OIDs and 

blockchain that the customer has transacted with that merchant. If they have, the 

customer will be allowed to submit a review. 

While certain personal details identifying the reviewer could be hidden, other details could 

be shown to help other customers validate the review, e.g. where the reviewer was based; 

how many transactions the reviewer had with that merchant, and over what period; and 

the total value of goods or services purchased across all the reviewer’s interactions with 

that merchant.

level of interaction - or minimum transaction history – between the referrer and the 

referree signups for the signups to be included into the program. Omnitude’s Proof-of-

Interaction will provide the basis for establishing compliance with these terms.

Omnitude’s Proof-of-Interaction will also enhance loyalty programmes, providing 

immediate data about a customer’s purchases from a given merchant.

A merchant will pay ECOM:

to a customer’s Omnitude Wallet (‘OW’), if that customer submits a review

to a customer’s OW, in relation to that customer’s points earned in

a loyalty program

s or referrer’s OW, whenever the conditions for doing so under the

A customer will pay ECOM:

to a merchant’

data about the transaction to the Omnitude blockchain

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The Omnitude Solution

Single Reputation 

Omnitude’s Single Reputation will build trust between merchants, customers and suppliers. 

With an OID, whenever a customer and merchant (or merchant and supplier) transact, their 

reputation is legitimate and known by the blockchain.

Single Reputation will allow tracking - automatically and objectively - of whether goods are 

shipped promptly, and whether payments are made on time and in full. 

Transactions recording completion of shipping and payment milestones will be written to 

the Omnitude blockchain.  Whenever any two parties with OIDs interact subsequently, their 

standing’ (in shipping, delivery and payment terms) of each party across the Omnitude 

ecosystem. 

A participant will pay ECOM:

to another participant’s OW, any time they make use of that participant’s

Single Reputation

to another participant’s OW, if that other party writes encrypted single-reputation- 

 

a to the Omnitude blockchain about a transaction involving them

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The Cost of Doing Business

The Cost of Doing Business 

Currently, to collect online payments merchants must use a payment gateway and pay 

fees to the gateway provider. Usually these fees are both monthly and per transaction 

(typically in the range of 2.9% of transaction size).

 

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Gateway

Monthly Fee

Per Transaction Fee

Merchant Account Included

Multi-currency Support

Countries

In-form Payments

Recurring Billing

$25

2.9% + $0.30

Yes

USD

190

Yes

$0

2.9% + $0.30

Yes

Yes

46

Yes

Varies

Depends on reseller

Yes

Varies

Yes

Yes

$0

2.9% + $0.30

Yes

Yes

2

Yes

$0

2.9% + $0.30

Yes

Yes

203

Yes

$30

2.9% + $0.30

Yes

Yes

3

Yes

$25

Yes

4

Yes

$0

2.9% + $0.30

Yes

Yes

9

Yes

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The Omnitude Solution to

The Cost of Doing Business

Omnitude will provide an alternative, cryptocurrency-based payment mechanism 

that eliminates gateway provider fees and replaces them with lower blockchain 

transaction fees.

Omnitude will allow ECOM payments between ecosystem participants to be 

made and settled instantly through the Omnitude network

recorded on the Omnitude blockchain

ECOM transactions will be aggregated and ‘anchored’ periodically through ‘anchoring 

transactions’ on the Bitcoin blockchain. In this way, payments on the Omnitude network 

the most secure of blockchains, i.e. Bitcoin. 

A buyer will pay ECOM:

to a seller’s OW, each time a buyer purchases from a seller. These payments will

be made by buying and selling ECOM at

back-to-back buy/sell transactions

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About Omnitude

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The Omnitude Ecosystem 

Omnitude will be built on top of Hyperledger, the open source, global, collaborative project 

hosted by The Linux Foundation. Hyperledger is a permissioned blockchain protocol which 

enables business-to-consumer and business-to-business transactions.

The Hyperledger architecture provides core blockchain services, on which the Omnitude 

ecosystem is built. The Omnitude ecosystem will be made up of a variety of entities, including 

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The ECOM token in 

the Omnitude Ecosystem

A ECOM token will be launched with Omnitude on the Omnilayer platform. Merchants, 

customers and suppliers will require ECOM to participate in the Omnitude ecosystem. 

The ECOM token will serve several primary functions:

1)

A native method of settlement between parties to access ecosystem resources.

a.

Merchants will make payments in ECOM to other ecosystem participants to use the

on-ledger Omnitude solutions for Supply Chain Provenance, Delivery Cycle

Transparency Data, Single ID, Single Reputation and Proof-of-Interaction.

b.

Customers will make payments to merchants using ECOM, crypto currencies and FIAT.

2)

An incentive for ecosystem participants to operate and secure the ecosystem.

a.

The consistency of Omnitude’s immutable blockchain will be guaranteed by

a distributed, peer-to-peer network of validating nodes running the Omnitude

Core client application. In return for enforcing Omnitude’s Delegated Practical

Byzantine Fault Tolerance (DPBFT) consensus algorithm, validating nodes

will share in ECOM block rewards.

3)

A means to raise funds for long-term development of Omnitude.

a.

Through the crowdfunding, the Omnitude Foundation is raising funds for the initial

issuance of ECOM, and for the development and launch of the Omnitude ecosystem.

b.

The ECOM coins issued during the crow

the ecosystem.

Any party will be able to join the Omnitude ecosystem and earn ECOM. It will also be 

possible to purchase ECOM in return for fiat currencies or other cryptocurrencies on the 

exchanges where ECOM are listed. 

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Token sale structure 

& distribution

Proposed structure

Ticker: 

Tokens:  

 

Private pre-sale cost: 

Private pre-sale cap:  

Token Sale cost:  

Token Sale hard cap: 

be i

Token sale will require pre-registration with KYC  and $ k USD limit per person.

Following 1st round, unsold tokens will be made available to all those registered with each 

individual able to purchase another $ k USD worth of ECOM until sold out. 

This will repeat until the 5th round at which point the token sale will end if still

  not sold out. 

b

Token distribution

The 100,000,000 ECOM will be distributed as described on the next page

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Token sale structure 

& distribution

Tokens for Pre-Sale investors: 5 million ECOM

Tokens for Token Sale investors: 50 million ECOM

Tokens for core team and advisors: 12 million ECOM

• Team and advisor tokens are vested based on time with

   20% being released each year for 5 years.

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Team & 

Advisors

12%

Pre-Sale 

Investors

5%

Token Sale

Investors

50%

Omnitude 

Foundation

33%

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Use of the token 

sales proceeds

The Omnitude Foundation will use all funding received through its share of crowdfunding 

proceeds to support ongoing development of the Omnitude ecosystem. 

Most of the funding will be used for developer salaries and bounties for open-source 

contributions to Omnitude.

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AREA

%

OMNITUDE 

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

5%

OMNITUDE PLATFORM

60%

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

10%

MARKETING

20%

LEGAL

5%

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Team Members

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Chris Painter

Founder & CEO 

Robert Belgrave

Founder & Advisor 

Vladimir Kalynyah

Co-founder

Nikki Hall

Social Media Manager

 

Ben Bennett

Operations Director

Jon Harris

Brand Director

Lianne Byrne

Marketing Director 

Belinda Hall

Strategy & Partnerships Director

Greg Painter

Community Manager

Andrew Starmer

Project Manager

Jurie Van Rensburg

Finance Director

Martyn Brougham 

COO of Americas

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Ben Roy

Blockchain Developer

Benjamin Van Every

Blockchain Consultant

James Worthington

Hyperledger Consultant

Sally Eaves

Governance & Education Advisor

Michael Donald

Advisor 

Nathan Christian

Advisor 

Simon Cocking

Advisor 

Antony Welfare

Retail Advisor 

Tiago Henriques

Cybersecurity Advisor

Developers

Advisors

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The Omnitude Foundation

Omnitude is an open-source project being developed by the Omnitude Foundation,

a UK-based organisation whose mission is to develop and grow the Omnitude ecosystem.

The Omnitude Foundation is the Issuing Authority that grants Omnitude IDs to any party

wishing to participate in the Omnitude ecosystem.

The Omnitude ecosystem codebase will be released under the MIT License to ensure any 

network particip

The Omnitude Foundation will be governed by a board of directors composed of no less 

than 5 and no more than 10 individuals who are either investors, founders, partners, 

advisors or team members of Omnitude.

Partners

CS-cart

Partner

 

 

Sahil Gupta

Advisor 

Blockchain Mob

Advisors

Swisscom Blockchain AG

Technology Advisor / Provider 

Advisors

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Adoption, Integration 

& Collaboration

Adoption.

Plugins will be developed to integrate most major eCommerce platforms into the Omnitude 

blockchain platform’s technology, ensuring adoption is easy. 

Integrations and Collaborations.

The key to this technology will be to provide a wide ecosystem of systems, functionality and 

options to eCommerce store owners. 

Therefore, collaborations with other blockchain technologies will be explored. 

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Core Principles

Open

referrer, or Omnitude specialist) will be able to join the Omnitude ecosystem. They will be 

granted an OID by the Omnitude Foundation and will run a full or partial node.  Depending 

on their role, the Omnitude Foundation will assign the appropriate level of access required to 

transact in the ecosystem. 

Each new full node will improve the security and reliability of the Omnitude ecosystem. 

ECOM tokens will provide an economic incentive to secure ecosystem infrastructure, and 

serve as the method of settlement between participants to access ecosystem resources.

Omnitude will be a permissioned network where nodes are run by known whitelisted 

organizations or individuals. Depending on the role of the participant, the Omnitude 

Foundation will assign to that OID the appropriate level of access required to transact in the 

ecosystem.

 

Secure

Additionally, Omnitude will prevent unauthorised parties from ascertaining the identity and 

patterns of behaviour of any other participant by inspecting the ledger. Omnitude will allow 

cannot be accessed by anyone other than the stakeholders in the transaction. 

Periodically, the Omnitude blockchain will also anchor to transactions on the Bitcoin and 

security provided by Bitcoin’s and Ethereum’s consensus algorithms and blockchains.

Transparent

Omnitude will provide deep searchability, backwards in time through many transaction 

Omnitude will use ‘anchoring’, i.e. creation of a proof linking off-ledger data to a Omnitude 

blockchain transaction. Through anchoring, this proof can be used to verify data integrity and 

timestamp without relying on a trusted authority.  

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Core Features

Hyperledger

Omnitude will be built on top of Hyperledger, the open source, global, collaborative project 

hosted by The Linux Foundation. Hyperledger is a permissioned blockchain protocol which 

enables business-to-consumer and business-to-business transactions. 

The Hyperledger project has been created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies, 

and is supported by dozens of well-known, leading companies in multiple sectors. 

The choice to use Hyperledger will provide the fully-vetted, open source architecture, 

and transparency, longevity, interoperability and support, needed to bring Omnitude to 

mainstream commercial adoption. 

Hyperledger allows for many blockchain networks, and for many network ledgers, each 

serving a different goal and without a need for any one network ledger to rely upon any other 

network for its core functionality. This level of network independence requires an addressing 

system allowing transactions on one ledger to discover and utilize appropriate transactions 

and smart contracts on other ledgers.

Identity and auditability

The Omnitude Foundation will manage user OIDs and authenticate all participants on the 

network. It will be possible to use access control lists to provide further layers of permission 

be permitted to invoke a smart contract application, but blocked from deploying a new smart 

contract.  

data (e.g. Single Identity, Single Reputation, Proof-of-Interaction and Delivery Cycle Data). 

and revoke OIDs. From each OID, the protocol will be able to generate security keys for 

participants to transact on the network, concealing the identities of the transacting parties 

and providing privacy support to the network.

If transaction patterns can be observed and interpreted, shared ledgers risk disclosing 

Even a given participant’s relative volume of trade is commercial information that should not 

be revealed by a system supporting trade between parties. 

from unauthorized third parties by encrypting transactions so only the stakeholders can 

decrypt and execute them. In this way Omnitude will allow for competing business interests 

permissioned network. 

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The End

of The Beginning

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Please note

or in part, nor passed to any third party,

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