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How UN’s Building Blocks program is using permissioned blockchain based on open source Ethereum code to distribute UN-facilitated food aid to…

Russ Juskalian / MIT Technology Review : How UN’s Building Blocks program is using permissioned blockchain based on open source Ethereum code to distribute UN-facilitated food aid to recipients   —  A few times a month, Bassam pushes a shopping cart through the aisles of a grocery store stocked with bags of rice, a small selection of fresh vegetables, and other staples.

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