As the pandemic persists, nobody needs reminding of how difficult the past year has been – but there’s no doubt that technology has been one of its saving graces, fostering remote working, collaboration and powering healthcare in lockdown.
Indeed, just recently it was announced that health and tech groups are joining forces to create a digital Covid-19 vaccination passport. Consequently, citizens across the world have become more conscious of their data and where it may be shared. So what can we expect in 2021? Enter mainstream blockchain, also known as distributed ledger technology (DLT).
Although by no means new, blockchain certainly remains a very exciting technology that is still in the early stages of being explored. In my latest article, published by TechHQ, I discuss we can expect in this space as 2021 progresses. From democratising finance to enhancing data privacy – click below to read how blockchain's potential could be leveraged in another uncertain year: