US Gov't Looking At Blockchain To Track Drone Deliveries Of Medical Supplies
Plus the case of dollarization in Argentina and Bitcoin Twitter's best moments
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Yup, that subject is just about the most 2020 headline you can imagine. The report in question was an April 15th report from the US Department of Transport about the growth in commercial drone delivery and the need for systems for trust and data sharing. The hypothetical example used was delivering a human organ for transplant.
Sometimes, with everything going on, it’s easy to forget: we live in the future.
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