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Singapore Launched a Blockchain Platform to Advance the Trade and Connectivity Sector

On Monday, the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) and Enterprise Singapore (ESG) launched a digital platform in the hope to innovate and test blockchain solutions for the country’s supply chains and trade.

Designed as a unifying platform, the Blockchain for Trade & Connectivity (BTC) Network will enable all blockchain and other technologies to work effectively together. With this in place, Singapore is expecting to reduce barriers to trade while also allowing the trade and connectivity sector to build a more secure and more efficient digital future. 

Full details on:

https://www.businesstimes.com.sg/sme/sff-x-switch-2020/blockchain-platform-launched-to-trial-solutions-for-trade-connectivity

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