In partnership with CONA Services (Coke One North America), Provide and Unibright are working on baselining the Coca-Cola Bottling Supply Chain in North America . In 2019, the first set of CONA Bottlers adopted a blockchain platform based on Hyperledger Fabric, which runs on SAP's Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform. CONA is now extending this use case from an internal network to a larger audience utilizing the Baseline Protocol. The goal of the initiative is to establish a “Coca-Cola Bottling Harbor,” offering a low barrier to entry for additional Coca-Cola bottlers. The Harbor will benefit not only internal CONA bottlers, but also external bottlers and their suppliers (e.g. raw materials vendors supplying cans and bottles), who will have access to a private, distributed integration network and DeFi-native invoice factoring. The project is using the Baseline Protocol and technology stack built by Provide and Unibright to combine the advantages of permissioned and permissionless blockchain networks with the Baseline Protocol design pattern. Still, with the use of Ethereum as the public mainnet, there are ongoing discussions regarding its highly unpredictable performance and cost structures.