British university will test blockchain in three areas
The British University of Surrey will carry out blockchain tests in three areas: voting, data storage and healthcare, reports Cryptocoins News.
For this purpose, the government allocated more than £1 million.
The project for the healthcare field starts in late June and will last about two years. It is meant for the biometric data management using new devices. Then the data will be forwarded to blockchain and artificial intelligence will link it to healthcare facilities.
Similar deadlines are set for the development of the reliable and transparent voting systems based on blockchain.
The third project is aimed at creating digital archives robust against external attacks.
All three projects will be tested together with British colleges and institutes.