Huawei Develops Blockchain Network for Beijing Ehlers
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Chinese multinational technology company Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd has developed a joint blockchain network with the Beijing authorities for use in city governance.

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According to a local news outlet People’s Daily, the network is still under development and the main goal is to enhance public services and support the city's business environment.

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Last year, Beijing and Huawei also created a system based on distributed ledger technology to connect the city's 50 municipal departments and support inter-agency big data sharing and management.

The Beijing government claims citizens are already ready to use the functionality of the new infrastructure. The blockchain system also has support for real-time data management, rights management and feedback.

Previously, iHodl reported that backed by China the Blockchain Service Network (BSN) project will start working with stablecoins in 2021.

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According to Yifan He, Head of Red Date Technology the stablecoins will reportedly be used to pay for various services in the BSN ecosystem, including cloud resources.

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