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How the Diamond Industry and Technological Innovations Are Coming Together

Diamonds aren’t just shiny rocks. They are a few billion years’ worth of work from Mother Earth. Before we probably even existed, these beautiful creations were being formed from highly organized carbon under extreme pressure. What we’re trying to say is that diamonds are really old. But, that doesn’t mean that they can’t use some help from technological innovation. In the past few years, the Diamond industry and technological innovations have been coming together to adapt to changing times. Here are some of the ways that something old and something new are working in harmony.

Blockchain Diamonds

Blockchain technology isn’t just for digital currency or medical records anymore. Conflict diamonds have been making waves in the news for being sold for illegal and unethical purposes. But thanks to this new technology, it’s becoming easier to trace diamonds and prove their authenticity. That way, buyers don’t have to worry about purchasing “dirty” diamonds.

Synthetic Diamonds

Creating synthetic diamonds have been going on since the 19th century. But the quality of these diamonds is only getting better as new technology rises. One can even control the quality in order to make diamonds for specific uses other than pieces of jewelry, like electrical conductors. Being able to synthetically create diamonds is the solution to many problems, such as reducing the ecological footprint from diamond mining and stopping the distribution of conflict diamonds!

Diamond ERP Solutions

Not only is technology useful for diamonds, but also people in the diamond and jewelry industry. There is software today that takes the stress away from running a diamond and jewelry business. Software, such as the Barak ERP Solution, allows business owners to keep track of inventory, manage reports and analyze data in a quick and easy fashion. With so much changing within the industry, it’s good to take advantage of these technological advances to take off some of the workload.

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