Dotz Nano will reportedly be delivering microscopic, anti-counterfeiting tags (possibly to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics), as part of the company’s first major order. Dotz Nano will receive $135,000 for an order of blue and green Graphene Quantum Dotz (GQDs) to be used for anti-counterfeit printing dyes.

Chief executive Moti Gross said the first major order to Asia would pave the way for greater recognition of the technology. “The GQDs bound for the anti-counterfeiting markets are aimed at being used in printing dyes to several companies involved in current anti-counterfeiting mechanisms, several of which, in my opinion, are aimed at the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics,” he said.