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European Parliament: Blockchains Can Optimize International Trade, Personal Data Should Be ‘Fully Anonymous’ – Report


The European Parliament issued a new resolution on “Blockchain: a forward-looking trade policy.” Released on Thursday, the resolution details support for blockchain technology and a digital trade strategy. The report’s analysis is centered on global trade based on an estimated $18 trillion (16 trillion euro) supply-chain sector. Research shows that the “high transactional costs and burdensome […]

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2018-12-14 22:31:03

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