Pharma Scandal Prompts Calls to Put Vaccine Data on a Blockchain
Blockchain technology could help track vaccine data and help avoid safety scandals like the one currently causing uproar in China.
A crypto conference planned for Hong Kong in March is one of several postponed over concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
The coronavirus outbreak in China could curb flows into crypto assets from investors and dampen the recent rally in the global market, industry pros say.
EFF said the bill is a serious threat to citizens' privacy; the immutability of a blockchain means false diagnoses can't be erased.
Former Estonian prime minister Taavi Rõivas is joining cryptocurrency startup Lympo as the chairman of its supervisory board.
Could blockchain help China avoid its next vaccine scandal – or at the very least, allow for more conversation about such issues?