BrumH is a project created as a decentralized blockchain system focused on the agricultural and food industries.
The ecosystem of the BrumH network is designed to rebuild, disrupt, energize and improve the food channeling processes and agricultural system. BrumH aims to provide a better-distributed system for eliminating current issues related to transparency, unevenness of socio-economic development and corruption. It aims to provide a straightforward structured and secure food channel distribution through blockchain technology.
The team behind the BrumH network is based in South Africa, and was inspired by the need to improve food ecosystems in speeding up trading and all related processes - transaction time and processing speed. The key to realizing their mission has been the implementation of the blockchain ledger system that combines distributed procedure protocols, distributed identity system, distributed data collaboration, distributed communities, distributed attestation, and other various target-specific modules. All of these elements form an infrastructure of BrumH’s peer-to-peer ecosystem.
The BrumH blockchain is also linked to a marketplace platform called BRUMHFarm that allows farmers and agriculturists from all around the world to connect for proper transactions and real-time processing. The prospects for the farmers connected on the BrumH platform are to exceed 100 million.
All payments on the BRUMHFarm are planned to be made with the native BRH token - a Stellar standard token. The ICO started on the 1 September 2018 and is planned to end on the 30 September 2018.