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    Here’s the best way for the government to use blockchain technology for secure documents

    U.S. Dept of Homeland Security offers $800,000 for what could be a revolutionary development

    The U.S. government is finally dipping its toes into blockchain projects and is getting on board with new ways to offer secure documents. Having written previously on the topic—and having done similar projects around supply chain—we want to offer some suggestions on how it can be done right. If implemented properly, it can be a revolutionary way for Americans to store, share, and protect their personal data in ways they could never before. (For the full technical paper we wrote, take a look on Github). The Department of Homeland Security, in their request for proposal (RFP) document, is offering $800,000 for anyone to develop a new way to improve on…