Rwanda: WiseKey and Microsoft partner to support government Blockchain project

Rwanda: WiseKey and Microsoft partner to support government Blockchain project

[IT News Africa] - 11/10/2017

WISeKey International Holding Ltd, a cybersecurity and IoT solutions company, announced a collaboration with Microsoft aimed at facilitating the Rwanda Government Blockchain project as the country journeys to becoming more digitised. This solution incorporates WISeKey's identity management (...)


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