The research project deals with the development of a blockchain-enabled digital twin application to store and verify the machine maintenance records securely, bringing transparency, trust, and availability in sharing data and information among the relevant stakeholders. The blockchain will track and record each installation, replacement, or removal of a component (smart screw) from a machine in an immutable way, also getting rid of the conventional maintenance strategy (such as the manual entry on paper by the maintenance crew, etc.). It will be able to determine how long the component being replaced has been operational, as well as the technician’s name, profile, and credentials performing the repair (providing a single source of truth). Every component would be digitally traceable, and a verified record would be updated each time a qualified technician repairs or examines the machine. The research will also further focus on the role of blockchain-based digital twins and this application in the industrial metaverse (specifically to explore decentralized system networks in the Industrial metaverse).