Experts say blockchain technology will be introduced to voting systems in the US in the next couple of years. That could make voting more secure, but might also have unforeseen consequences.
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Medical records are messy. Because every hospital has a different way of handling and storing them, it can be tough for doctors to get an accurate look at your medical history. MIT’s media research lab thinks blockchain can help.
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Blockchain might not be the best technology for every situation, but it can do more than underpin Bitcoin transactions. Governments could be one of the best uses, protecting citizens' data from interference.
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Don’t be fooled by the hype – blockchain isn’t a passing fad that’ll fade out in a year or two. It truly has the potential to reshape the world we live in
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