Uganda to Use Blockchain to Curb Counterfeit Drugs
Jul 25, 2019 at 12:07
The government of Uganda wants to apply blockchain to curbing the distribution and sale of counterfeit drugs in the country. The announcement was made by the Country’s president on twitter mentioning the use of the tech in pharmaceuticals in Uganda. The government is keen to find a solution for the rampant counterfeiting in the country through innovations.
Drug Dealers: Nine Criminals Are Behind Bars for Dealing in Narcotics Using Crypto
Dec 27, 2018 at 09:48
Authorities in South Korea arrested 9 drug dealers who sold narcotics through an obscured online platform using crypto, according to a report by Korea Herald. The office of Seoul Central District Prosecutor revealed on December 23, 2018, that the purported criminals used the darknet and even developed a website purposely to sell drugs.
US Law Might Accelerate Blockchain Tech Adoption in Pharma Industry, DLT Will Track Drugs
Sep 30, 2018 at 11:54
Blockchain technology is mainly talked about in the context of the financial markets, but U.S law could enable it to become a requisite solution for the pharmaceutical sector as well. The Drug Supply Chain Security (DSCS) Act from 2013 constraints drug makers and supply chain offerers to batten tracking ways to shun the spread of fake drugs and fasten drug recalls.