BlackBerry enters block-chain-based medical platform

BlackBerry smartphone with QWERTY keyboard, once known as the world, announced that it will start a block-chain-based healthcare platform on October 4th (local time). Interest is gathering in the new market, the block chain field, to regain the glory of the past.

Blackberry aims to develop an ultra-secure block-chain-based ecosystem in collaboration with ONEBIO, a biotech company. Store medical data and share it with an anonymous researcher through patient, laboratory, and Internet related devices. John Chen, CEO of Blackberry, addresses the critical issues of the healthcare industry, building on the expertise of the security and privacy industry, as well as the contacts established in highly regulated industries such as government, finance and automobiles, And provide better patient care to patients.

BlackBerry, which once accounted for half of the global smartphone market, has been declining by 2016 as its market share declined to 0.1%. There is interest in whether this block chain-based platform will lead to the revival of BlackBerry. For more information, please click here .



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