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Linux Foundation: Blockchain as a Catalyst for Good, B.C. Ministry of Citizens’ Services joins the Linux Foundation

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  • Blockchain as a Catalyst for Good

    Blockchain and its ability to “embed trust” can help elevate trust, which right now, is low, according to Sally Eaves, a chief technology officer and strategic advisor to the Forbes Technology Council, speaking at The Linux Foundation’s Open FinTech Forum in New York City.

    People’s trust in business, media, government and non-government organizations (NGOs) is at a 17-year low, and businesses are suffering as a result, Eaves said.

  • Homeless in Vancouver: B.C. Ministry of Citizens’ Services joins the Linux Foundation

    A funny thing happened on my way to writing about IBM buying the open-source company Red Hat: I noticed that a ministry of the B.C. government is listed as a member of the Linux Foundation.

    According to a B.C. government spokesperson, the Ministry of Citizens' Services of British Columbia joined the Linux Foundation as an associate member on September 4, 2018, as part of becoming an associate member of the Foundation’s Hyperledger project.

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