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Nano Tech Solves Diamond Traceability




February 23, 2021New York, NY.Nano InnovatorHoldings(NIH) today announced the completion of its prototype platform for end-to-end identification of rough to polished mined diamonds, as well as lab-growndiamonds,utilizing nanotechnology applications, cloud-based storage solutions, smartphone optic systemsanda proprietarysmartphoneconsumer app.

NIH,founded bydiamond industry veteran, Bruno Scarselli, CEO, who hasbeen developing this new technology for over three years said, “It’s been a long road, but we finally have a scientific, mine to market, chain of custody solution that everyone in the diamond pipeline has been seeking.”

The NIH systemincludes:


  • End-to-end scientific solution for traceability, tying rough stones to polished diamonds


  • A proprietaryNano tag, placed under the diamond’s surfaceusing femtosecond laser technology, that does not changethediamond’s clarityor color, as per The Gemological Institute of America (GIA)grading standard (as reported on December 9, 2019)


  • A uniquepatent-pending consumer smartphone solution for Android andIOS phones to detect and read subsurface nano tags. Purchasers of a diamond ring anywhere in the world will be able to discover the lifecycle of theirdiamond.


  • A guarantee of ethically sourced and sustainably minedrough, from an acceptable United Nations exporting country


  • An insurance friendly solution to verify ownership if a diamond islost or stolen even if thediamond isre-polished from its original

Scarselli continued, “The excitement for the release of the NIH platform has been rewarding for our company and fulfilling personally. NIH will be a legacy for three generations of our family in the diamond business and will provide the industry with an opportunity to ensure consumer confidence for years to come.”


Courtesy: Retail Jeweller India News Service

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