Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Blockchain Could Make Games a Tourist’s Dream

Mitsubishi Estate, which manages 30% of buildings in Tokyo’s business district, is working with Fujitsu to offer blockchain-secure data sharing between restaurants, hotels and other companies. The hope is that the shared data—which will be protected by …
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