Navibration has just been name-checked in an article about national governments which are supporting blockchain projects. On this occasion, Hackernoon — a website with an enviable 7,000 plus contributing writers, over 200,000 daily hits and more than 8,000,000 monthly page views has mentioned us. These are numbers we like and numbers we hope to emulate.
In today’s fast-paced virtual landscape, things are changing at breakneck speed. Traditionally, governments and very cutting edge technological innovations have not always been the best of bedfellows. In recent times, as the Hackernoon article highlights, the governments of countries such as the United States, China, Japan, Australia, and of course Spain, are becoming increasingly interested and involved in blockchain technology projects.
When it comes to blockchain, it’s no longer a question of if. It’s a question of WHEN!
The sooner the better, we hope.
The travel industry, one which is incredibly important to the Spanish economy, is ripe for change. Blockchain technology facilitates this. The Spanish government saw the potential in our project, one which rewards users through smart contracts. It understood the impact Navibration would have and it got on board from the get go. Its support, right from the start, means a lot to us.
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