Fantom, a South Korean blockchain enterprise, has partnered up with the government in Afghanistan, to work on a blockchain health project. The main goal of this partnership will be to create a blockchain-based platform to store patient records and medical history. Blockchain health project Fantom has created a name for itself as a smart-city developer […] read whole article

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