Is there added value of blockchain in the world of public transport tickets?
Malta is the first country to use the blockchain to enhance its public transportation service. It recently entered into a partnership with Omnitude — a multi-enterprise blockchain middleware platform. The goal is to develop a transport and logistics platform using the company’s middleware technology. Does blockchain offer an added value in the world of public transport tickets and is this something that operators are going to have to consider in the future?
Explore the current landscape and establish whether the volatility of the blockchain is something that operators should work with. What are some of the benefits, what are some of the drawbacks, and what (if anything) should operators be aware of in adopting this new technology?
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