An Irish medical project has made history by registering the world's first 'blockchain baby' in Tanzania in a project that has allowed for a baby to be born via the instrumental collection of digital information of it's mother's medical records.The project uses digital identity and blockchain tech to create a new, more transparent way for governments, enterprises and NGOs to deliver digital entitlements, by identifying pregnant women and providing them with the care they need.
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