GGPB N°5/2021: Blockchain – Building Trust by Targeting Digital Governance
Takhmina NASIMOVA, Head of Development Projects, AgAu AG, Geneva, Switzerland, MEIG Alumna
“blockchain is a ground-breaking infrastructure that will be upgraded and improved tremendously over time. … most certainly, there is a huge opportunity to speed up the delivery of development initiatives, modernize citizen interaction and enhance trust between government entities.”
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