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sanketkheni01

In my opinion. Blockchain will definitely have huge implementations in stock markets, voting, real estate. but who knows when government bodies will implement..
Btw not sure about crypto currency.🧐 There are many questions still to be answered. Like how gov. will control the economy in case any crisis as it won't have any direct control over currency. (Then there won't be any point of government if all is decentralised 😂)

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Agustin Mediotti

I'm reading a book from Mark Alizart wich is call CryptoCommunism. I buy it because i find it hillarious (i must admit) but there are some very intresting perspectives about decentralised state, blockchain and
kind of neo-marxism that worth the reading.

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Thanks for the recommendation! I'll check it out❤️.

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Narottam04 Author

In India, the government has used blockchain to create a universal pass for persons who have been twice vaccinated. I'm not aware of any other implementations, but this is the only one I've seen from the government.

The concept of a decentralised finance system is appealing, but the existing system is too volatile and unsustainable; I suppose only time will tell whether it will take off or not.