Les Blockchains au secours de l’humanité

« Who are you? » A simple question that an estimate of 2.4 billion poor people worldwide (about 1.5 billion of whom are over the age of 14) can’t answer that question to the satisfaction of authorities. 
While they certainly know who they are, they are often excluded from property ownership, free movement, and social protection simply because they can’t prove their identity. Blockchain technology might offer a solution: mutual distributed ledgers (MDLs). MDLs are unalterable registers that allow groups of people to validate, record, and track transactions across a network of decentralized computer systems. Continuer la lecture de « Les Blockchains au secours de l’humanité »