Tezos has been the first blockchain to be utilized for operational purposes by a public establishment. Moreover, the French Army has been using blockchain to approve its judicial expenses using a smart contract. In a recent declaration, it has presently emerged that the French government has been effectively working with Tezos.
In a most recent confirmation, the French Army and the Gendarmerie’s Information and Public Relations Center (SIRPA) have announced that the government establishment has been utilizing Tezos from September. It has been utilizing it for operational functions.
Moreover, the segment within the French army working with Tezos is the cybercrime division, C3N. A recent instated program permits C3N to get cryptocurrency payments from Europol-allotted funds to pay for its operational costs. To make sure that these funds remain auditable and traceable, C3N has selected Tezos to record every cost. To do this, they have made a smart contract on Tezos.
Further, the smart contract C3N permits only authorized individuals to see it. This is to make sure that operational expenses are not revealed to everybody, which could endanger the ongoing judicial legal investigations.
This information was first detailed by Nomadic Labs, one of the leading research associations related to Tezos. It stated,
“Nomadic Labs has the pleasure of presenting a world premiere on a blockchain protocol. The Gendarmerie Nationale (Cybercrime Centre) has just implemented the world’s first smart contract coded by a government authority. This smart contract is coded on the Tezos blockchain, a third-generation blockchain of French origin that allows the formal verification of smart contracts, a fundamental security factor for strategic uses. This world-first allows this unit to place payment orders, in cryptocurrency, from funds allocated by Europol.”
Effectively, this news is the first confirmation of a public institution giving an operational smart contract on a blockchain framework. It appears that Tezos has become a blockchain system of the decision in France, as the project is established in Paris. Also, Tezos’s hard fork, Dune, has additionally made genuine developments with investments from significant players and elements in France.
Currently, the two open blockchains appear to compete over is going to gain more market share in France. Tezos, as of now, flaunts around 40 research engineers with Nomadic Labs being the venture’s primary research location for operations.