The latest blockchain info makes a much deeper impact on the way of managing a religious event in India.
Indeed, our country is a land of diverse cultures, religions, and beliefs with so many colorful festivals around the year. One such event made a wonderful and easy execution of entire schedule based blockchain technology. For the first time, blockchain ledger facilitated online clearances to about more than 40,000 Ganesh pandals during the festival.
According to The Hindu, the blockchain info reveals that the clearances were given to Ganesh pandals throughout the state of Andhra Pradesh with the help of a single window system. The system is said to be developed by a Vizag based startup Zebi Data India Private Limited. This is the same company that has integrated Amaravati land records along with guest particulars of 200-odd Vizag hotels for the Police department. Zebi is offering various blockchain based solutions through their proprietary components such as Zebi Data Gateway and Zebi Chain.
Blockchain Enabled Ganesh Pandal
The pandals installed at several locations required permission from government authorities to ensure that their organization is safe and secure. They are first registered online after which a unique QR code is generated which provide mandatory details such as the organization of pandal, the size of the statue, safety codes etc. After all the verifications of the pandals are given approval by the concerned department. The geo-tagging helped the police department which is making sure that the events went on smoothly with no associated risks within pandal. (Via Crypto News)
Perhaps, the sound like an exhausting procedure to follow, but this was a real-quick and the pandal organizers were able to do this within minutes. It seems to be one of the most innovative uses of blockchain set-up which is completely hassle-free and easy to execute within such large number of pandals.
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