Vietnam’s Ministry of Education Adopts Blockchain Record-Keeping Nov 18, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. Credit: Shutterstock Sandali Handagama Vietnam’s Ministry of Education Adopts Blockchain Record-Keeping Vietnam’s Ministry of Education and Training ( MOET ) has entered into an exclusive agreement with Singapore-based smart contract platform TomoChain to archive student records on a blockchain, TomoChain announced Wednesday. According to the announcement, the National Qualifications Archive program will upload all certifications achieved by Vietnam’s high school and higher education students to the TomoChain public blockchain to create a transparent and immutable record. […] Diploma and certificate management is an issue that needs to be resolved by technology, which is significant for the whole of society and also cost-efficient for the diploma management system in particular, and education in general,” Vietnam’s Deputy Minister of Education and Training, Nguyen Van Phuc, said in a press statement. The archive initiative is Vietnam’s largest exploration of blockchain technology to date and marks the first instance of a public blockchain being adopted at national level by a major government, the announcement said.
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