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On December 10, South Korea’s National Assembly along with several members of the Congress will have the first official debate in this country about crypto involving high profile government officials.
Switzerland’s blockchain and fintech experts will work in developing the regulations for Isreali officials and present it to the Israeli government by the end of this year.
The court said that blockchain records will be used to authenticate the evidence as it provides a secured, efficient, convenient and low-cost alternative to third-party organizations.
Chinese authorities continue to standardize the blockchain sector, aiming to form National Blockchain Standardization Committee by the end of 2018.
The new community will bring together current and former Googlers to use all the potential of the talented specialists for the benefit of the blockchain development.
Lagarde said that the same blockchain technology which underpins cryptocurrencies can be used to regulate cryptocurrencies and also track whether they are being used for any illicit activities.
Dubai plans to utilize the Blockchain technology for all its transactions by year 2020 through the use of Dubai Blockchain Strategy.
The state’s governor has signed the law aimed to validate the use of the blockchain technology in Nevada.
Several Illinois agencies have teamed up to explore blockchain and the way how the technology can be integrated into government operations.