With controversies faced in the West, Huawei, one of the biggest Chinese tech giant, expand its opportunities as it explores integrating blockchain-based solution on its system, this time in data governance with Beijing municipal government.
Reports from a local news outlet revealed that Huawei Cloud plans to co-create a blockchain-powered public directory system with Beijing’s municipal government, which centers to improve the city’s healthcare infrastructure and offers an up-to-date sharing platform on medical treatment and other related resources that are crucial in these facilities have been badly affected by the pandemic. It will serve as a program that will address poor inter-departmental cooperation and communication and fast track business in the capital as it attempts to lower down inefficiency in the existing scheme.
Officials working on this plan shared on Cryptonews that it will support citizens to speed-up registration applications for real estate that take up much of their time and involves long paperwork for the city government staff. The main point of establishing this platform, according to the source, is to strengthen transparency and productivity across all specified government agencies as it tries to prevent administrative backlogs and allows residents to access records publicly on this specific platform.
The city authorities and the representatives from Huawei told the news outlet that it will include features that will allow residents in the community to have access to information concerning their water, electricity, and gas billing to help them come up with smart decisions based on the reflected data.
DC Forecasts shared that Huawei Cloud has launched their Blockchain services, and The BCS has operated for commercial use in China this year, and it is available to a broad audience via Huawei Cloud’s international website. This website will assist entrepreneurs and developers around the world to create and deploy blockchain applications on the Huawei Cloud at a much cheaper cost.