How Could Blockchain Technology Reshape Kenya?

If the World Economic Forum is to be believed then by 2025, 10% of global Gross Domestic Product will be stored on blockchain and its related technologies. Faustine Ngila of The Daily Nation provides an explanation of how blockchain technology - a decentralised digital ledger that keeps public but encrypted records of peer-to-peer transactions - can be used to prevent corruption and fraud while offering benefits to fields like education, journalism, banking and health.

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