In post-COVID future, senator claims blockchain will increase significance

Senator Otokita Shun, member of Tokyo Nippon Ishin’s Financial Affairs Committee, shared his thoughts on the function of cryptocurrency data.

Regulators throughout the world are increasingly looking at cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies in the wake of the continuing coronavirus pandemic.

Data gaps, a halt in international trade, and the unreliability of medical supplies are just a few of the causes driving people to use distributed networks.




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