This Is How Blockchain Can Give ‘Invisible’ People An ID | CNBC



Over one billion people worldwide don’t have any form of identification, making it difficult to access many of the social institutions the developed world takes for granted. A UN organization, the World Food Program (WFP), is testing whether blockchain, the technology that powers bitcoin and ethereum, could solve this ID problem.
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This Is How Blockchain Can Give ‘Invisible’ People An ID | CNBC

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