Today’s Solutions: June 12, 2024

There is a large number of corruption cases involving charitable organizations with some of the money never making it to those in need. Blockchain technology can come to the rescue here as it allows most processes to become radically transparent: from spending and money transfers to supply chains and data. If implemented properly, the technology could prevent corruption and radically change the lives of those afflicted by severe humanitarian crises.

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