WHO partners with Chinese Health Commission, IBM and other institutions and large companies to develop new crown pneumonia data center based on blockchain

According to Coindesk reports, the World Health Organization (WHO) is working with IBM, Oracle, Microsoft and other well-known companies and Johns Hopkins University, China Health Commission and other institutions to launch an open data center cooperation project MiPasa. MiPasa is based on Hyperledger Fabric and will use blockchain technology to check the accuracy of data on new coronary pneumonia. CoinDesk reports that MiPasa will be used to test data and other information to help accurately monitor the hotspots of infection of new coronary pneumonia, and it is expected to add a wide range of data analysis tools.