Cryptocurrency regulation is still an ongoing topic for the Spanish government and regulators, with some not too friendly measures against crypto ads or enhancing tax rules. However, adoption is on the rise in different industries, and the healthcare sector is joining the frenzy. Patients Could Pay With Digital Assets Starting June 1 According to Forbes […]
The first cryptocurrency donor to contribute $250,000 or over will have the opportunity to choose a name for the fund
Hedera Hashgraph’s blockchain platform will provide the health service with a tamperproof record of vaccine temperatures, the firm said.
The medical certification app was developed by VeChain and I-Dante last May.
Blockchain continues to attract interest in the pharmaceutical industry.
We need tech-based responses to fight the pandemic that will protect our civil liberties and privacy, crypto advocacy organization Coin Center warns
A team based in Madrid, one of the epicenters of the coronavirus pandemic, has released an Iota Tango platform that helps combat the coronavirus
These days, the most revolutionary and demanded invention with many ways of application is Blockchain. Many people believe Blockchain is only about cryptocurrencies and the methods we deal with money. But what if we told you it is designed to improve the quality and efficiency of medicine? Large enterprises, growing businesses, and ambitious startups are continually introducing Blockchain solutions into healthcare, making great progress in this industry. The fact is, this technology doesn’t heal patients and isn’t used as a remedy against incurable diseases, but it excellently solves crucial problems found in the modern healthcare system.
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