The Chinese business monster Tencent has secured support for new blockchain licenses, as evidenced by another report – a potential clue that the organization is advancing the progress of new blockchain operations.
According to the Securities Times (via EGSEA), the Shenzen-based organization, whose central business regions are IT administration and sabotage, registered an undetermined number of block-related licenses in a large number of different territories.
The source of news reports that these licenses include the administration of publishing and promotion checks based on blockchain, just as they reserve applications for payment and “buyer”, devices for equipment using the innovations of Blockchain, as well as the container diagrams that work with the Blockchain systems.
The organization is supposed to have more Blockchain licenses than perhaps on the planet. Only a year ago, the organization received 718 documented Blockchain licenses out of a total of about 5,800, according to figures widely quoted in the Chinese media.
There are indications that Tencent may now have a very widespread Blockchain.
Not long ago, the organization announced an agent to accelerate the blockchain, which had just begun to attract new promising companies. A month ago, Tencent also promised to spend an incredible $70 billion on 4.0 technology, including blockchain.
A year ago, the organization introduced a computerized money research unit, and it is generally accepted that the People’s Bank of China (RBK) is working closely with the expected advanced yuan.
Numerous Chinese and universal experts believe that the computerized yuan will be compatible with the electronic payment phase of WeChat Pay in Tencent, as well as Alipay, a technological competitor to Alibaba. These two steps have just covered about 15% of Chinese installments.
In any case, the CEC called the voting blockchain a triumph and said that it planned to upgrade the system to a potential nationwide deployment.
The Kursk region includes the city of Kursk, as well as the area, and has about 1.12 million inhabitants. The Yaroslavl region currently has about 1.27 million inhabitants.
CEC stated that the request for voting in two regions with the help of a Blockchain was currently high, with up to 60 per cent of the inhabitants qualified. To register, residents must create accounts on nearby government sites.
The CEC added that it would hope to eliminate potential democratic imbalances by ensuring that residents who had been recruited to use the Blockchain stage would not be allowed to change their views and preferred to cast their votes at the geodetic station.