Federal Government to Review Blockchain Policy


The federal government is set to review policies governing the implementation of the National Blockchain Policy as part of efforts to incorporate new emerging technologies to reach land registration, health, and education sectors.

Director-General of the National Information Technology Development Agency, NITDA, Alh. Kashifu Inuwa made the disclosure at a three-day Co-Creation Workshop for the Implementation of the National Blockchain Policy held in Abuja.

The Director General in his address highlighted the vast evolution of digital technology and its increasingly transformative applications, highlighting the imperative to harness its dynamic potential.

According to him, the workshop’s objective is to review and validate the implementation policy while planning for the national blockchain policy initially developed last year.

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