Humanity Forward Applauds The Introduction Of Blockchain Resolution At The United States Conference Of Mayors
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Humanity Forward Applauds The Introduction Of Blockchain Resolution At The United States Conference Of Mayors

By CIOReview | Saturday, July 2, 2022

As blockchain expands and grows exponentially, a bipartisan group of mayors calls for precise and consistent technology testing, adoption, and implementation criteria.

FREMONT, CA : Blockchain solutions can increase the efficiency of government operations and the delivery of public services while also enhancing public trust. Proponents of government blockchain solutions must show that such investments will save money and improve services. Humanity Forward applauds the introduction of a bipartisan resolution in the United States Conference of Mayors, which recognizes the potential of blockchain technology to generate unique opportunities for communities across the country to expand their economies and create jobs. 

The United States Conference of Mayors (USCM) is the largest national organization representing mayors in the United States. As blockchain spreads and grows exponentially, a bipartisan group of mayors advocates for precise and consistent criteria for testing, adoption, and use of technologies that safeguard consumers while fostering the nascent technology's rising innovation and vast innovation potential.

"It's critical that families and communities across the country begin to understand blockchain's actual potential and tangible impacts. We applaud this bipartisan group of leaders for their efforts to help Americans to better understand the potentially enormous socio-economic benefits that these emerging technologies can provide." says Paolo Mastrangelo, Humanity Forward's Head of Policy & Government Affairs. 

Blockchain allows cities to innovate, streamline operations and functions, better deliver public services, and expand access to opportunities for businesses and families. It is increasingly evident that straightforward and consistent standards for testing, implementing, and using blockchain-based technologies in a secure, transparent manner safeguard consumers and companies.

"There has never been a more opportune time to embrace technologies that enhance government services and stimulate local economies. This resolution seeks to lay the groundwork for measures that bring blockchain technology to our cities in a safe, accessible way." says Mayor Hillary Schieve of Reno, Nevada, the second Vice President of the USCM and a cosponsor of the resolution.