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The Philippines launches a training program to explore issues of blockchain use cases:

The purpose of the training is to develop non-crypto apps, said Enrico Parangit, a science and technology official department. The Philippines has launched a training program for researchers in the government’s Department of Science and Technology (DOST), exploring the issues of blockchain use cases technology.

Exploring the issues of blockchain use cases:

According to the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) official Enrico Paringit, the training program aims to explore Blockchain use cases and to see how it works in the different departments like financial aid,  healthcare support and emergency assistance.

In addition, Enrico Paringit said that the government’s Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is also examining how the blockchain use cases can be operated in the trademark registration, issuance of passports,  issuance of visas and official forms.

Although the significant application of Blockchain is a cryptocurrency, in highlights the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) official plans to develop non-crypto currency apps department also adds that their goal is to create blockchain development experts who can assist the government in various technology applications.

The training costs of IT specialists and researchers are covered by the funding of the training program. Nevertheless, Enrico Paringit pointed out that difficulties are faced by the training department due to the insufficiency of local blockchain experts(Blockchain use cases).

Fortunato de la Peña, Secretary of Science and Technology of the Philippines, also noted that the country needs to develop technology and blockchain is an important emerging technology.

The Philippines launch features of Blockchain use cases in application:

In the Philippines, PayMaya is a crypto cost source and back in April, they launched a feature in their application a digital trading feature. The application for online shopping or locally transfer of payments is frequently used by Filipinos, in which cryptocurrencies list for trading with the Philippine Peso including Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH) and other prominent cryptocurrencies.

After receiving funding to develop a recently added list of cryptocurrencies, the company behind the PayMaya Voyager Innovations reached about  $1 billion in prices in the same month. A company acknowledges that when it comes to digital money there are possibilities to serve the Filipino population by launching features in the application,  examining the blockchain use cases issues operated in the trademark registration, issuance of passports,  issuance of visas, official documents and financial aid,  healthcare support and emergency assistance.

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