An office for Federal use of blockchain tech coordination
Rep. Soto is after establishing an office to monitor all the blockchain-concerned activities within the Federal government that are unrelated to defense.
H.R.9067 is the bill that was filled on 31 of Dec 2020 to establish an office for coordinating blockchain technology federal apps. As of then, the bill was delivered to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.
Darren Soto, the sponsor of the bill, has been a true advocate of cryptocurrency (for campaign donations) and blockchain in general.
“Certainly I could see it being utilized very soon, over the next couple of election cycles,” said a co-chairman of the Blockchain named Cacus.
He offered hope that since a patent has been filled by the United States Postal Service for a mail-in voting system based on blackchain, they can utilize it in the near future.
Mr Soto also pointed out that two years of pushing his colleagues in the Digital Taxonomy Ac (the Energy and Commerce committee) has come to an end. His efforts will set the grounds for an investigation on the employment of the blockchain technology in government and having a dedicated office which is in charge of this would probably expedite the process of adopting and employing these technologies.
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