The California Blockchain Working Group examines the technology’s potential uses, risks and benefits to state government and business in its new report to the Legislature — which could have considerable influence on policy and direction. Among its findings are three recommended pilots and possible future use cases.
The California Blockchain Working Group’s new report on the electronic ledger technology was created at the behest of the state Legislature and has an understandably heavy public-sector focus. But the 179-page document has considerable interest to the private sector as well.
From potential pilots to possible future vendor opportunities,