Blockchain technology could hold the key to curbing, and perhaps someday ending, forced labor and providing more workers rights on a global scale. And some companies are investigating it already!
Gun control is a big US debate today. Using blockchain to track firearms has been offered as a solution for government agencies in the US.
The Internet’s a centralized mess! Is decentralization the answer? Decentralization describes the design of a network that isn’t managed by a central party.
Blockchain technology is far more than digital currencies, as we’ve seen with its adoption around the world. Well look out, world, Russia is joining the ranks of governments to adopt the breakthrough technology. Read about Russia’s adoption and integration of blockchains, and how it can help them function more accountably and effectively.
The European Union (EU) is just one of many governmentally-related organizations to be interested in blockchain technology. Unlike other countries who are currently adopting it via the acceptance of Bitcoin, as a cybersecurity boost, or as a leader in the technology. There are many other examples of governments undertaking blockchain as a viable technology. European Union and blockchain technology are about to be a well-known around the world. Read a bit about it here!
Canadians realize the true capacity of blockchain technology, and they are next in line to participate in the blockchain revolution. The vast, expansive nation is held a conference in June, discussing the potential impact blockchain may make on the country, and government. Read about it here!