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Ethiopia’s blockchain deal is a watershed moment – for the technology, and for Africa

Ethiopia has signed a deal to register 5 million school children using blockchain. Image: Unsplash/tobie

Iwa Salami

Senior Lecturer in Financial Law and Regulation, University of East London

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