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World government officials and private stakeholders met at the European Parliament in Brussels on the 24th May 2018 to discuss blockchain initiatives being undertaken in Australia, Canada, Japan, Lithuania and the United States, a press release from Blockchain Centre Vilnius states.
What are world governments doing with blockchain technology?
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