Japan’s IT Giant Fujitsu to begin International ‘Blockchain Innovation Center’ In Belgium
March 26, 2018 2:00 pm
International ‘Blockchain Innovation Center’ to be opened by Japan’s IT Giant Fujitsu in Belgium
According to the reports, the great Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) firm Fujitsu recently declared the beginning of its international Blockchain innovation centre in Brussels, Belgium for exploring the technology’s useful forms in every possible field.
Fujitsu announced in the official announcement that the new centre would research and develop Blockchain-based solutions in “sectors of all kinds,” from Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) based audits to Blockchain-based voting.
Yves de Beauregard, head of Fujitsu Benelux (Belgium Netherlands Luxembourg), regarded growing interest in Blockchain technology between customers and alleged that many DLT-based applications are still unexplored.
“This is just the beginning, as we intend to explore the wider potential use of blockchain in a variety of commercial areas.”
The company’s press release says:
“Brussels was chosen as the location of the Blockchain Center for its geographical, political, technological and linguistic advantages for international organizations that are considering applications of blockchain technology.”
Recently, British Charity has announced that it is visioning to enhance Maritime Safety through New Blockchain Lab. Search Giant Google also announced that it aims toward Blockchain for Audits.