South Korea Developing Blockchain-Based Platform For Self Driving Vehicles

South Korea is developing a blockchain-based platform for storing and verifying the digital identities of self-driving vehicles. This development will be done in South Korea’s smart city Sejong.

South Korea’s Ministry of Science and ICT along with the country’s internet technology watchdog, Korea Internet & Security Agency, will be leading the development of the identity management and verification platform.

According to a Sejong city official, the blockchain-based technology platform will “greatly increase the credibility of data by strengthening the security of information shared by cars and their control tower.”

[image: Lonely Planet]

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