Trust and transparency with Blockchain and Compliance

We are a startup specialized in Blockchain. We work with Chain Traceability, Insurance, Smart Contracts, Financial Solutions, IoT and Marketplace solutions.

Why use 4UC - Traceability?

At Amachains, we believe that all actors in a production chain can be trusted and transparent. To this end, we have developed a traceability system that uses blockchain and compliance. Our system can be adapted to any production chain.

Product traceability is one of the highest demands in international markets. With our tool it is possible to make this traceability online available to all actors in a production chain and to the final consumer.

Your supply chain, reliable and transparent.

Video 4UC - Traceability

4UC - Key Benefits

Cost reduction

Cost savings brought about by process improvement and online auditing.


By all actors in the production chain and especially the final consumer.


Ability to perform online auditing improves predictability and recall resolution.


Be recognized by everyone, especially end consumers, for having transparent processes.

What is blockchain?

Blockchain is nothing but a large, consultable and transparent archive where we can “stack” records. These records (information set actually) are given the block name. And this block chain is called… blockchain! The blockchain cannot be modified without a trace, thus ensuring its reliability.

What is compliance?

Compliance is a business model based on compliance with rules, whether external rules (laws) or internal rules (standards created by organizations for the development of activities). It develops through pillars, which can be called integrity pillars, that enable compliance criteria to be objectified and controlled by key indicators.

Free Traceability for Family Farming and End Consumers

Our tool will be made available free of charge to all end consumers and also to family farmers who have active and regularized DAP (Pronaf Aptitude Statement) in Brazil and equivalent registration in other countries (if any). In this way Amachains aims to stimulate and value the world's small farmers or agro-ecological producers, in addition to meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Sustainable development goals covered in our projects

SDG 1 - Poverty Eradication
End poverty in all its forms, everywhere
SDG 2 - Zero Hunger and Sustainable Agriculture
End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
SDG 8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth
Promote sustainable, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
SDG 9 - Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
Building resilient infrastructure, promoting inclusive and sustainable industrialization and fostering innovation
SDG 10 - Reducing Inequalities
Reduce inequality within and between countries
SDG 12 - Responsible Consumption and Production
Ensure sustainable production and consumption patterns
SDG 15 - Earthly Life
Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss
SDG 16 - Peace, Justice, and Effective Institutions
Promoting peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, providing access to justice for all, and building effective, responsible and inclusive institutions at all levels.

Road Map

January 2018
Nasce a Amachains
March 2019
BNDES Garagem Criação
April 2019
Primeiro cliente
May 2019
Startup Residente no Parque de Ciência e Tecnologia do Guamá
June 2019
Startup destaque no Liga Insights - FoodTechs
July 2019
Shark River B&A de Startups da Norsk Hydro
November 2019
Aprovação no Conecta Startups Brasil
December 2019
Assinatura da PoC da Norsk Hydro Brasil
March 2020
Founder Institute
January 2020
Welcome Aboard Conecta Startups Brasil
February 2020
Início da PoC Norsk Hydro Brasil

Amachains Team

Meet our team of professionals

Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ

They are a set of consecutive steps, during which the various inputs undergo some type of transformation, until the constitution of a final product (good or service) that is directed to the final consumer.

It is an economic activity provided for in Brazilian law, through Law No. 11,326 / 2004. They are considered family farmers who develop practices in rural areas and meet four specific criteria:
* Hold area of ​​up to four fiscal modules (the measure varies from municipality to municipality); * Use predominantly their own family labor in rural economic activities; Have a minimum household income from rural economic activities in your establishment and / or enterprise; and
* Run your business or business with your family.
Thus, the family farming segment is comprised of agrarian reform settlers, beneficiaries of the National Land Credit Program (PNCF), quilombolas, indigenous people, artisans, artisanal fishermen, aquaculture farmers, fish farmers, foresters, extractivists, among others. < br> The identification of family farming, for purposes of access to public policies, is achieved by obtaining the Declaration of Aponaf Aptitude (DAP). In possession of the DAP, the family farmer proves his insertion in the rural environment, with the descriptive declaration of the property and / or its economic activities.

No. The DAP Family Farming producer or equivalent duly regularized document pays nothing to track your products.

No. The end consumers of any product will be able to track it for free as long as their industry, producer and their products are registered with our tool.

If your brand is not found in our system let us know.

Yes. Our tool is designed to track any type of product from any production chain, as long as all its participants are properly registered and active within the tool.

Because it is through it that we can be sure that processes are in compliance with laws, regulations, standards, thus ensuring good food safety practices.

Because it is currently technology that enables us to provide confidence and transparency to the information entered into the system.

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