Supply Chain Management Serious Game Using Blockchain Smart Contract

Astrid Novita Putri, Mochamad Hariadi*, Reza Fuad Rachmadi

*Corresponding author for this work

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Smart Contract and Blockchain are necessary for transactions in supply chain management. A smart contract is an agreement in the form of a cryptographic code digitally signed by the actors. This technology holds the data transaction transparently and securely. The actors may benefit without intermediaries involved in the transaction. Supply chain management will be easily tracked by decentralized data sharing. Supply chain management involves transactions in agricultural sectors such as farmers, village cooperatives units, distributors, and consumers. The Cooperative is a party that buys goods from farmers and sells them to consumers. A smart contract is a digital signature that can access the system in transactions. The system records log activities that show the origin of transactions. All actors can see the transaction of agricultural products stored in the blockchain ledger in the Blockchain. This paper discusses blockchain-based Smart Contract scenario for supply chain management that is simulated and implemented in the Serious Game. The Game is developed using Unity 3D Development Platform, programming language contract using Solidity, Moralis as Web3 Development Platform and dApp as backend blockchain, Network Environment Polygon Ethereum, and Database that is Redis Enterprise, MongoDB Compass, and Mumbai Testnet.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)131089-131113
Number of pages25
JournalIEEE Access
Publication statusPublished - 2023


  • Serious game
  • blockchain
  • scenario
  • smart contract
  • supply chain management


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