The South Korean authorities desires to develop a blockchain registry to assist analyze, anonymize and retailer scientific knowledge for diabetes.
Blockchain startup Sendsquare has been chosen by the federal government to develop a proof-of-concept challenge for the nation, which has round 3.6 million individuals with diabetes, the corporate introduced on Friday.
The startup will crew with scientific consultants and practitioners from Seoul’s KyungHee College Medical Middle to start analyzing 9 years-worth of diabetes scientific knowledge beforehand collected by the middle.
“Storing and collaborating work across a large volume of data using centralized services has proven unwieldy and subject to issues of data loss, duplication and manipulation,” based on KyungHee Medical Middle’s Professor Suk Chon.
Sendsquare’s blockchain “can help us to solve data storage problems, and in the long term help diabetes sufferers nationally,” the professor mentioned in a press assertion.
The challenge will take an estimated six months to finish with the preliminary goal to research the information working to anonymize it earlier than lastly implementing the information onto a registry which will probably be recorded on the FLETA blockchain platform.
After the blockchain software has been developed, Sendsquare will search impartial verification from Korea’s Telecommunications Expertise Affiliation (TTA).
Sendsquare is a blockchain startup chargeable for the event of the South Korea-based FLETA blockchain which was beforehand charged with constructing a proof-of-concept community for the nation’s healthcare system.
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