The Indian startup launching world's first blockchain-powered satellite

Kerala-based Accubits aims to send a low-Earth orbit satellite to space to establish a blockchain ledger to enable a secure transactional network for financial and IoT systems.

10th Mar 2020
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The world's first blockchain-powered satellite

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Kerala-based Accubits aims to send a low-Earth orbit satellite to space to establish a blockchain ledger to enable a secure transactional network for financial and IoT systems.



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