Working as a renowned Software-as-a-Service platform powered by blockchain technology, Ubitquity LLC has announced the news about it becoming a member of the Washington Technology Industry Association and participating in the Cascadia Blockchain Council. The news was circulated in the media through an official Twitter post by the Ubitquity team. The official post read:
Ubitquity Announces Membership in Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA) and joins a Community of forward-thinking members on the Cascadia Blockchain Councilhttps://t.co/fzEk7360Bn#wtia #blockchain #Ubitquity
— UBITQUITY LLC (@ubitquity_io) June 29, 2020
According to the blog post, Ubitquity and WTIA will strive together to bring a revolution in public and private domains in the country. The teams will play a significant role in imparting the agencies about the lucrative features of blockchain technology. Special emphasis shall be laid to trigger the promotion of decentralization by adopting various projects and use cases with government organizations, real estate, and aviation firms.
Based in Delware, America, Ubitquity is a popular enterprise-grade blockchain firm that curates a robust network of solutions focused on securing and tracking intellectual properties. It boasts of a wide range of Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) tools that help in the strengthening of various industries like aviation escrow and title, title abstracting, title insurance, secure document management, and planning, etc. With new partnerships, the Ubitquity team will employ the expertise of its unanimity network to lubricate commercialization with several Washington-based title entities to popularize the use of distributed ledgers for both government and private organizations.
Founder and CEO Nathan Wosnack stated,
The Ubitquity team is likely to enter into strategic deals with a variety of industrial domains belonging to the title, escrow, and insurance sector in Washington. These efforts signify that the firm’s infrastructure is ready to cater to the enterprise’s needs in an efficient manner.
WTIA is a non-profit trade association that brings together more than 1,000 tech firms striving to find industry-based solutions. They create programs, offer services, and enter into collaborations to support each other. The Cascadia Blockchain Council is a joint group of firms, universities, and government agencies focused on channelizing blockchain development initiatives in the Cascadia region, making it a hub for blockchain lovers.