The UN Will Use Blockchain to Develop Healthcare in Africa

The United Nations division, the Office on Drugs and Crime is going to cooperate with the blockchain company doc.com in order to provide free and accessible healthcare and medical services in the Eastern regions of Africa.

Doc.com is a company that specializes In telemedicine and telepsychology. It uses blockchain to let the customers exchange their personal data for tokens, which will open access to various healthcare services.

The company is functioning in over 20 countries with around 130 thousand customers. The United Nations has been researching the ways to use blockchain for humanitarian causes, thus, this collaboration might become the salvation for poor African countries.

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