"We are planing to implement Blockchain Technologies in six or seven government applications. We will be signing MoUs with a few companies in the upcoming International Blockchain Congress to be held next month month," the state's IT and Industries Secretary Jayesh Ranjan said at a press conference here.
The idea is bring more transparency and efficient service to the people, he added.
He however, declined to name the areas in which Blockchain Technology will adopted.
Meanwhile, a three-day international Blockchain Congress will begin here on August 3.
Pitti said over 3,000 participants are expected to attend the meeting with over 80 speakers.
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