Blockchain Was First Used to Speed Up the

The team Williams Martini Racing decided to increase its potential to achieve another victory, with the of the possibilities of blockchain technology. Currently, the team is not only one of the best teams of the Formula-1, but is also considered the most innovative team of the world. Since its founding in 1977, the team has achieved 114 victories. However, management does not want to dwell on these results and believes that there is always something to strive for. To become even better, the team is considering the possibility of implementing a blockchain system, so they asked the developers of Omnitude middleware for help Speaking of partnership with Omnitude, Claire Williams, Deputy General Manager of Williams Martini Racing, said:

Williams prides itself on speed of innovation and engineering excellence. We welcome the opportunity to form a close partnership with Omnitude and provide the ideal environment to showcase radical new technologies that have the power to transform the capabilities of businesses around the world.”

Williams Martini Racing and Omnitude made a long-term cooperation agreement. Therefore, now the IT company's specialists face the task of increasing the efficiency of work at the expense of data management systems, CCN reports. Commenting on the collaboration, Chris Painter, the CEO and founder of Omnitude, said:

“We are exceptionally pleased to have signed this deal with Williams, to look at how Omnitude’s expertise in blockchain technologies can be implemented across their organisation. Working with Williams Martini Racing is a major validation of our product and vision and this partnership is a natural pairing of two of the UK’s most innovative and cutting edge organisations.”

We remind you that "Formula-1" is not the first company that introduces blockchain in its activities. The payment giant Mastercard will soon develop a new method, which involves the inclusion of nodes into the blockchain network. Subscribe to The Coin Shark news in Twitter: