Poultry and Coins: OriginTrail Knowledge Graph Explained Using the Binance Case

Towards an inclusive knowledge economy: How can enriched datasets enable better insights into the assets traced on Origintrail Decentralised Network?

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Jun 4 · 6 min read

Track and Trace — A Visualisation from the ODN Data Layer

Track and Trace example for poultry
Track and Trace example for bitcoins

The Power of the OriginTrail Data Layer

When the data is imported into the graph database, the imported graph contains paths of bitcoins through transactions between wallets. This image shows part of one such path: a transaction of some of the hacked bitcoin from one wallet to another, and then a transaction from the second wallet to two additional ones. “AT” arrows represent the block number that the transfer happened in.
Image 2 shows the same data as in Image 1 in GS1 EPCIS XML document which was used to create wallet vertices of the knowledge graph.

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