Blockchain Charity Network to Combat Outbreak of Coronavirus

Hyperchain’s Feb. 4 press release revealed that it would introduce its blockchain-based platform to counter the coronavirus epidemic. It will serve as a platform for donations of medical supplies to benefit hospitals in central China.

About more than 400 people in mainland China have been killed by recent coronavirus outbreak. Overseas Chinese people and the nation as a whole were mobilized to donate. Even though doctors still do not receive sufficient critical medical supplies. Red Cross China came under fire for failing to deliver urgent supplies to hospitals on the front line.

Furthermore, together with Fuxing Group, Xiongan Group, and other well-known companies, Hyperchain has prepared a platform to ensure the donation process is unchanging, traceable and reliable. It will be a clear information exchange platform and will enable donors to see more closely where their funds or contributions are heading. It will give proof of need and evidence of receipt to ensure the donations meet the expected party immediately.

Hyperchain, Hangzhou Qulian Technology Co., Ltd, founded in 2016, is a high-tech enterprise providing the blockchain with software products and application solutions. It specializes in the development of the underlying blockchain platform, data sharing, and security platform, BaaS platform, SaaS supply chain finance platform, and digital evidentiary service.

Blockchain is believed to have a quantum leap after the epidemic

The People’s Daily announced on Feb. 4 that the blockchain technology will be one of the technologies to be applied to boost administrative functions, along with the internet, big data and AI.

The modernization of the national governance system and governance capacity inevitably requires the modernization of government governance system and governance capacity. The modernization of the government governance system and governance capacity requires the improvement of the national administrative system.

During the influenza outbreak, censorship and the lack of transparency were among the most discussed topics. This has been a wake-up call on the need for a society based on a more open and reliable process.


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