According to nation.co.ke, at the Nairobi Technical Week held at the University of Strathmore, Kenya, Benjamin Arunda, head of education at the Kenya Blockchain Association, said, “The problem we encountered was because of centralization. The management method often loses millions of dollars because of corrupt leaders in various regions. Blockchain technology makes decentralization possible, and public funds in each district can be digitally tracked. This accuracy will make the Ministry of Finance More rational allocation of funds. The application of blockchain technology will completely change Kenya’s pursuit of justice. Of course, before we make full use of blockchain technology, we must establish public trust in this technology among Kenyans, so that anyone can You can study at any time."