All industries are joining forces to combat COVID-19. In the case of blockchain technology, there are several companies in the industry that want to develop an initiative to counter this deadly virus.
IOVlabs, everis, World Data, LLYC and Grupo Sabra together with BID Labs, the Technological Development Department of the Inter-American Development Bank, introduced DAVID19. A platform that uses blockchain technology to exchange information between different groups and thus track the corona virus more efficiently.
As explained in the release note, the platform contains four elements: the native application, social networks, a group of digital wallets, and a communication site. Through digital wallets, Users are responsible for uploading their data, information that will later be shared on a blockchain.
Present at the start were Alejandro Pardo, IDB Lab Principal Specialist and LACChain Leader; Irene Arias, CEO of IDB Lab; Marcos Allende, technological coordinator at LACChain; Moisés Menéndez, chief advisor to LACChain; and Alejandro Romero, partner and CEO of LLYC Americas.
What people need to share is their personal information and what their state of health is. The application has a GPS that shows the person the health status of the closest people. In this way, an updated and decentralized “map” with reliable information about the behavior of the virus between different social groups can be created. This card will be public so people can know whether they are entering a high contagion zone or a safe zone.
At the start hopes to focus on Latin America and the CaribbeanHowever, the developers have stated that the program can be used anywhere in the world.
Other Latin American blockchain models against coronavirus
DAVID19 (named after King David and his struggle against Goliath) is not the only initiative that has arisen in the region to combat the corona virus in Latin America.
As BeInCrypto reported, the # HackCovid19 Driven by Æternity in cooperation with the IDB and initially started in Uruguay and then spread to Argentina and Costa Rica, it was presented as a proposal for hackathons to develop suggestions and ideas for combating the virus. According to the challenge’s web portal, developers should focus on developing technological solutions to improve that Areas of logistics, data management and human health. Although the event took place earlier this month, Some of the solutions and suggestions presented in the hackathon mentioned above have not yet been seen in practice.
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