US Defense Department Says Blockchain Can Help in Disaster Relief
The U.S. Defense Logistics Agency says blockchain technology has "enormous" potential to improve disaster relief efforts.
The U.S. House passed two provisions introduced by Rep. Darren Soto of Florida.
The U.S. Department of Defense can’t afford to lose the global military blockchain race to Russia and China, warns a new private sector whitepaper.
The contract with the Air Force is to develop a way of exchanging mission data securely across the Defense Transportation System.
The D.C.-based Value Technology Association helped lead the charge in requiring the U.S. Department of Defense to consider the benefits of blockchain technology.
The DoD thinks blockchain can help authenticate its agents, secure interagency communication, and handle petabytes of data to predict attacks.