The two organizations have partnered to explore how IOTA’s innovative technology – which provides an open-source distributed ledger for data management – can increase the efficiency of UNOPS operations
— IOTA News (@iotatokennews) May 22, 2018
Iota’s vision is to enable devices, sensors and people to connect and communicate with each other without the need for intermediaries.
Yoshiyuki Yamamoto, UNOPS Special Advisor on Blockchain Technology, believes that through this partnership iota and UNOPS can improve the following processes:
- Eliminating intermediaries
- Improving the efficiency in management and tracking of UN documents
- Supply-chain and transactional payments in real-time
— Dominik Schiener (@DomSchiener) May 22, 2018
“Shared 🌍 problems require shared 🌍 solutions.” We've partnered w/ @iotatoken to explore how innovative data management tech can enhance the efficiency of humanitarian & development operations. | #distributedledger https://t.co/GHbbB2Pm9d
— UNOPS (@UNOPS) May 22, 2018
UNOPS stands for United Nations Office for Project Services.
UNOPS is a subsidiary organ of the United Nations established by General Assembly decision 48/501. https://t.co/scu30GdTlk