BSV Blockchain for Government

BSV’s Blockchain for Government Initiative provides education and drives global adoption of blockchain technology by government bodies, NGOs and public sector agencies in order to accelerate digital transformation and ignite economic growth.

Global adoption of blockchain technology requires enterprises and lawmakers to become comfortable with blockchain technology. To ensure the development of a regulatory environment that both fosters lawful conduct and facilitates innovation, we regularly engage with leading policymakers to raise awareness of legislative issues and advise on the development of positive policy.

In April 2021, the Blockchain for Government Initiative completed a historic week-long official visit to Khartoum, Republic of the Sudan, at the invitation of and under the patronage of the Ministry of Telecommunication and Digital Transformation. The visit centred around Sudan’s first-ever Blockchain Summit & Workshop, in addition to a comprehensive programme of meetings that explored how blockchain technology can advance digital transformation as the country rebuilds and re-emerges after 30 years of isolation from much of the world.

The nation of Tuvalu in the South Pacific is collaborating with leading enterprise blockchain technology company nChain, Bitcoin consultancy Elas Digital and community-tech consultancy Faiā on a digital transformation project that includes the development of a national digital ledger using BSV blockchain technology.

VXPASS, a blockchain-based platform built to manage, store and verify records for global COVID-19 vaccination programs, today announces that it has reached an agreement with the Sesiu sa Tšoele le beta Poho Fund (SESIU), the public-private partnership responsible for the rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations across the land-locked African nation of Lesotho, to provide the digital infrastructure necessary to manage the administration, record keeping, validation and verification of Lesotho’s COVID-19 vaccination program. Under the terms of the agreement, VXPASS has been contracted to manage the first 560,000 vaccinations to be administered by SESIU in Lesotho, with plans to have a full 1.2 million people vaccinated and verified by the end of 2021.

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