One of the world’s most recognized educational company the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) have issued a blockchain technology guidebook that is aiming to help workers at public sector with the title “Harnessing the blockchain revolution”.
The “Harnessing the Blockchain Revolution: CompTIA’s Practical Guide for the Public Sector” has been published by this association has many best practices recommendations inside aimed at federal and state governments with the intent of as they say “to help manage risk, drive economic development and develop a strong regulatory regime,” with the use of blockchain technology.
“Blockchain technology is perhaps the most talked about and yet the most misunderstood emerging technology in the world today”, has been stated by CompTIA, as they continue:
“State and local governments also have begun to employ blockchain, for example in land title and health provider registries. In the private sector, meanwhile, companies have announced major investments in blockchain, such as Walmart and IBM partnering on a pilot project to secure the food supply chain.”
A big event together with the Arizona Congressman David Schweikert on July 24th has been hosted by CompTIA, in which the focus was held on technological inovations for businesses helped by blockchain technology and an encouraging statement: “The ever expanding reach of blockchain is helping redefine how America and the world does business”.
A few weeks a go the U.S. has been named as the “most favorable” country for initial coin offerings (ICO).