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TechCrunch: This startup got $2.3M to identify physical objects using diamond dust

TechCrunch’s Ron Miller wrote about DUST Identity’s solution and potential to transform how we track the integrity of items as they move through a supply chain:

Imagine coating an expensive part with a layer of diamond dust the width of a human hair, capturing its light pattern as a unique identifier, then storing that identifier in a traditional database or on the blockchain. That’s precisely what Dust Identity, a Boston-based startup is trying to do, and today it got $2.3 million in seed money led by Kleiner Perkins with participation from New Science Ventures, Angular Ventures, and Castle Island Ventures.

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