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May 23, 2018, 01:09:22 PM
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Blockchain innovation can drastically reduce cost, particularly in the densely populated areas, which customarily fall behind in the selection of advancements, as its bureaucratic culture can require a great deal of time and persistence to get the change going.
Amid the previous year, numerous legislatures reported their blockchain programs, trusting the lower cost of implementation of blockchain innovation for their frameworks makes them more enthusiastic. Besides, as blockchains are as of now a worldwide standard themselves, they as of now give a testing domain, and later would make it less demanding to concede to models between various government foundations, empowering inter-operability.

Any taxpayer driven nation that requires a registry can profit from blockchain innovation, for example, birth registry, auto registry, land registry and so on., and also universal registries, for example, passport registry or visa registry. Nations like Sweden, South Korea, USA, UK, Japan have just propelled this sort of program.

Auxesis Group leading blockchain advancement in India!

Auxesis Group serves as the perfect technology partner for governments and different to implement Blockchain cost effectively. Its objective is to give the most progressive blockchain-based business solutions for corporates and new businesses. Until today, Auxesis Group is adding to blockchain research and advancement in India and is one of the main Indian organizations to provide blockchain network of the most robust kind.

Auxesis Group creates end-to-end solutions, including ideation and consultancy on how the association can work efficiently with their industry-specific solutions.

The company aims to revolutionize a series of public and private sector use cases in India, including Identity Management, Remittance, Asset Management, Supply Chain, Wearables in Defence, HealthTech, Education, and Finance. Aside from live applications, many proof-of-concept programmes have been run over Auxledger by EY, PwC, VISA, IIT Bombay for a range of different use cases.

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For the industry-specific solution of Auxesis Group: https://auxledger.org/


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May 24, 2018, 06:50:52 AM
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A government will hardly make a partnership with something from the private sector. They would rather create their own system.
It's more suitable in the private sector like supply chain, etc... BTW, what PCW have used as a programme, do you have any link ?

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A government will hardly make a partnership with something from the private sector. They would rather create their own system.
It's more suitable in the private sector like supply chain, etc... BTW, what PCW have used as a programme, do you have any link ?
https://i.imgur.com/gDRSTfI.jpg

Auxesis CEO, Akash with NITI Aayog advisor Anna Roy along with NITI Aayog team
This photo is from NITI HQ on occassion of signing of MoU
I had found this on Auxledger's telegram channel, here you can have a look too  https://t.me/joinchat/F3-UZEt3uUf9hjuKmXsl-w
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