Dutch companies will use blockchain to fight the coronavirus pandemic
A consortium of Dutch companies launched the Technology Against Coronavirus initiative. The participating firms will provide the country’s authorities with access to the latest technology to combat the pandemic.
The blockchain is planned to be used to build a model of the ecosystem for the supply of medicines and create a platform for assessing supply and demand in the field of medicines and medical equipment. Blockchain will help fight the overpricing of medicines and ensure transparency of the entire supply chain.
One of the companies participating in the initiative was the Tymlez blockchain startup. Cybersprint, a cybersecurity firm, will provide services for several hospitals, and Taxion, an information security company, will administer online systems to organize volunteer workers.
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Compumatica’s IT firm will help provide Internet connectivity for employees working from home. In addition, the Dutch telecommunications company KPN enlisted the support of Microsoft to support its activities.
Recently it was reported that IBM, Oracle and the World Health Organization (WHO) are creating an open data center that will use the blockchain to validate information related to the coronavirus pandemic.