Governo dos EUA concede US$800 mil para pesquisadores de blockchain em San Diego - Criptomoedas Fácil

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Google English: "US government grants $ 800,000 to blockchain researchers in San Diego

According to an article published by the Coindesk news agency, the US government will help finance a distributed accounting platform being developed by researchers at the University of California, San Diego.

Subhashini Sivagnanam, a researcher and software architect for the Data Enabled Scientific Computing division of the San Diego Supercomputing Center, earned $ 818,433 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop the Open Science Chain (OSC), a distributed reason book that will help researchers access and efficiently verify data collected through scientific experiments, according to the NSF website.

NSF, a long-standing scientific organization, serves as a critical channel for US research initiatives that seek to exploit federal resources. The government organization has funded several blockchain projects in previous years, including those focused on different aspects of crypto-coin incentive mechanisms and use cases of blockchain technology...."


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Date tagged:

08/22/2018, 13:05

Date published:

08/22/2018, 09:05