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The Queen expresses an interest in blockchain

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Remember the Centre for Evidence Based Blockchain? They’re the ones who put out a report back in September that found that, despite having set up a dedicated centre for it, “evidence based blockchain” was actually pretty hard to come by. CEBB, which was set up last year by the British Blockchain Association — “the world’s most influential voice on Blockchain. Advancing evidence-based adoption of Distributed Ledger Technologies” — published its report in the rather serious-sounding Journal of the British Blockchain Association, “the world's first peer reviewed, scientific Blockchain journal”. You can read the May 2020 issue here — you’ll see this edition features original research including on “Gender Change Information, Blockchain and GDPR” (!) and “Prefigurative

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