Zach Weiner joined Kurt Wuckert Jr. to talk about how he got started with developing and blockchain, his vision for VXPASS, separating politics from data, and more.
Day 2 of CoinGeek New York saw a panel of experts talk about healthcare and life sciences, what they're building on BSV, and how blockchain can transform these industries.
There are gaping holes in Africa’s response to the deadly virus, and according to Kayode Babarinde, the executive director of the Africa Blockchain Institute, blockchain could be the solution.
On hand at CoinGeek Conference in Zurich to discuss their respective efforts in the healthcare sector were EHR Data Vice President of Integrations Meghann Chilcott and VXPASS founder Zachary Weiner.
VXPASS allows medical professionals to securely document a patient's status during the course of their COVID-19 vaccination program by creating a digitally signed version of the COVID-19 vaccination cards.
Blockchain-based VXPASS has teamed up with the Sesiu sa Tšoele le beta Poho Fund (SESIU) to make vaccine card distribution and logistics in the Kingdom of Lesotho a paperless experience.
The Kingdom of Lesotho, a landlocked country in South Africa, has selected blockchain-based VXPASS for its COVID-19 vaccination program rollout.
VXPASS has reached an agreement with SESIU to provide the digital infrastructure necessary to manage the administration, record keeping, validation and verification of Lesotho’s COVID-19 vaccination program.
The VXPass team and Dr. Gibbons explored a range of topics related to technological innovation in healthcare and how it can be used to increase efficiency across the board.
The second Bitcoin SV Virtual Meetup features several Bitcoin businesses throughout North and South America, including Beaxy Exchange, Fabriik, MatterCloud, Britevue, and VXPass.
VXPass’s Zachary Weiner will be taking an even closer look at the intersection of the blockchain and healthcare industry in the upcoming meetup.