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Bitcoin Block Chain Technology, College Degree, Fertilizer Subsidy

Bitcoin Block Chain Technology, College Degree, Fertilizer Subsidy

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Policy Commission prepares blueprint, completes pilot study in many areas

Every Indian has heard the name Bitcoin today.  Indians have also invested 40 40 billion in this digital crypto currency.  The Government of India is interested in the technology that runs on the world's 5,000 crypto currencies like Bitcoin and the like.  This technique is called blockchain technology, the unique security of which governments around the world are aware of.

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Therefore, the government has prepared a plan to use this technology in a large number of private, public and government sector stakeholders.  The Policy Commission has prepared a detailed strategic document on the use of this technology.  The government intends to apply the technology to university records, property records, from fertilizer subsidy distribution and vaccinations.  A pilot study has also been done in this regard.

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Connects large blocks of information through the Internet but cannot be interfered with as it is not connected to any intermediary or government agency.  The advantage of blockchain technology is that all parties involved in a service or supply will be able to know when a drug was shipped from where, when it reached the warehouse, which degree belongs to which student, when it was issued.

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We have large blocks of info
Aadhaar: The world's largest 1.2 billion biometric identity database, with 2.5 million authentications per day.

UPI: A state-of-the-art digital payment system, processing 1.3 billion transactions a month.

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GSTN: 400 million returns have been filed on it and more than 80 million invoices have been loaded.

PM-Jay: The world's largest healthcare system, data of 50 crore beneficiaries, 119 crore e-cards have been issued.

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