August 1, 2016

The UK government now has its first official blockchain provider for public services

Every single public sector organisation across the UK will be able to use blockchain technology for the first time after the government rubber-stamped fintech startup Credits as one of its approved suppliers in a major step forward for the potentially revolutionary technology.

It's the first time a company working with blockchain's distributed ledger technology (DLT) has been given the thumbs up, and means any public sector body - from the NHS to the department for work and pensions - could in theory begin creating digital services built on blockchain from today.

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