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In this Bangkok neighbourhood, you can buy and sell electricity using Blockchain

Electricity generated by each of the four locations will be initially used within that building. Excess energy can be sold to the others through the trading system. Image: REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha

Rina Chandran

Correspondent, Reuters

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