Blockchain for non-vaccinated

Charlie Taylor

According to Chosun Biz website, SK Telecom was chosen to lead the development of the blockchain-based “Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate” project, whose list of supporting governments includes those from countries like Japan and the United States, as well as the European Union .SK Telecom, South Korea's portable telecommunications operator, is controlled by the SK Group, which owns 50.5% of the market in 2008. The introduction of this “vaccine passport”, which helps to map the cities where people have already been vaccinated, should help to normalize airlines ("Sky Roads"), for example, to boost the release for free circulation of trips abroad, whether for leisure or business. This will not be the first project of its kind, as Israel has already introduced the 'Green Pass' vaccine passport, as the US state of New York is also about to commercialize the 'Excelsior Pass' vaccine passport developed in cooperation with IBM. Japan, which is hosting the Tokyo Olympics, is also pushing for the introduction of passports for vaccines. As of June 15, the European Union (EU) can use vaccine passports through the Ministry of Health of 27 member countries. The blockchain vaccination certification project is considered a framework in which the Ministry of Science and Technology of the Information and Communication, the Korean Internet and Security Agency (KISA) and the Korean Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KISA) work together to participate in a “DID (Distributed Identity Authentication) Intensive Project”. Blockchain based can prevent data from being falsified and altered and, in addition to protecting personal data, information such as vaccination status can be provided, if necessary.Read more:–Foxbit partners with Bolsapp to facilitate the issuance of Darf– Square soars 12% after acquiring Afterpay for $29 billion – Ethereum won't go deflationary in 2 days, understand

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