CoralTrack is a new online platform for curating and tracking your aquarium corals. Share details about your corals, as well as tank profiles with images, parameters, ancestry, gear, and livestock.
CoralTrack has just released the beta version of its advanced coral registry platform. The software aims to make it easier for hobbiests and industry professionals to tracking, transfer and showcase their coral collections online.
The software is offered in a limited free version for hobbyists with custom development and integrations for enterprise.
“After speaking with a number of vendors, we realized that there was not anything close to an Enterprise-grade inventory app specific to the industry. And considering that named and branded coral often fetches a premium price (and inspires counterfeits), we sought to bridge the gap with the CoralTrack registry,” explained CoralTrack founder Michael Landau.
- Reefing hobbyists can curate their corals & tanks/gear, manage trades/transfers, reference tank environment data from Sellers and share their builds for free.
- Coral sellers can manage & search large inventories, share their inventory, invoice & transfer sales, and prove authenticity via document & image uploads.
- Reefing brands can directly see their livestock & products in action.
“Show me your tank! is not just a concept to apply to those who give reefing advice. It should also apply to where you get your coral. And after a coral is transferred, having easy access to the previous tank environment data can be invaluable to successful acclimation in a new home,” added Landau.
In the coming weeks & months the platform will add video uploads, third-party price-tracking, coral discovery tools, an API for developers, and blockchain recordation of transfers. The future roadmap will be prioritized for sellers with large inventories and will include AI & Machine Learning.
The CoralTrack Coral Information Management System is a cloud-based SaaS application for the organization and presentation of live coral data. Headquartered in the Northern California Bay Area, CoralTrack has pledged to donate 5% of all profits to reefing education projects.