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The South Korean government is committed to bringing blockchain-based voting into the homes of its citizens

September 17, 2020

The blockchain madness in South Korea reached the housing sector, The national government has pledged $ 1.27 to fund a blockchain-based platform targeting apartment residents across the country.

According to ZDNet Korea the South Korean Ministry of Science or ICT, chose a local company, Ksign, Development of a contactless platform that enables residents to participate in electronic voting, parking management and other apartment-related governance measures.

The platform will also contribute to social distancing. read the ad. The creators of the project also realized that they hope so “Strengthening Public Health in Homes.”

The South Korean government is committed to bringing blockchain-based voting into the homes of its citizens
The South Korean government is committed to bringing blockchain-based voting into the homes of its citizens

Homeowners, residents and the administration can use this platform. Video conferencing and electronic payment solutions are also offered here.

Keo yes-in, Vice President of Ksign, commented the future platform:

“We are developing a DID (Direct Inward Dialing) that can be applied to the token ecosystem by controlling personal information and verifying identity by controlling personal information. The aim is also to create an ecosystem of tokens that can be used in everyone can business “.

The head of the regional government of Seocho-gu recently proposed a voting platform based on blockchain technology for residents, praising the recent influx of crypto-related developments across the country.

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