Technology innovation and blockchain marketing consultancy platform Block Relations announced on Monday that it has partnered with Academic Research Center (ATARC), a collaborative platform for government, academia, and enterprises. In a tweet, Block Relations said that collaboration with ATARC would help it conduct research and offer recommendations on various blockchain technology cases.
📣 Today, BR announced its partnership with the Advanced Technology Academic Research Center (@atarc). We are privileged to work with numerous federal agencies to conduct research & provide recommendations on various #blockchain use-cases.
— Block Relations (@BlockRelations) November 2, 2020
Block Relations is a global blockchain-focused PR & marketing firm that helps crypto-blockchain companies with branding, media management, technology innovation, public relations, and full-stack marketing. In the official announcement on Medium, it stated that the partnership with ATARC would have multiple benefits. These benefits include providing its clients exposure to federal employees from GSA, IRA, DHS, NIST, USAF, etc., and offering recommendations on the application of blockchain on various public use cases.
ATARC and Block Relations will jointly host a webinar on “Blockchain and Election Security” on November 05, between 04-05 PM EST. The digital conference panelists include members from VirtualDeveloper.com, Electis NGO, Voatz, DEF CON Voting Machine Hacking Village, and Boston City Mayor’s Office of Economic Development. Topics for discussion include post-election analysis and the potential of blockchain-based electronic voting systems.
Blockchain technology is among the most sought-after technologies in the 21st century. While its application has spread across industries and sectors, most of it remains within the crypto industry and decentralized finance. However, with collaborations like the one between Block Relations and ATARC, and the growing interest in decentralized business solutions from various business corporations, it’s only a matter of time before the industry explodes.