Universities, the medical community, the private sector and even private citizens are working hard to study how to use blockchain technology to fight coronaviruses. Hasshi Sudler, an adjunct professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Villanova University, is leading the development of a licensing chain that can be used by doctors to track coronavirus positive cases. In addition, German startup Spherity has developed a decentralized identity system to help patients maintain social distance while taking medicine.
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