LG CNS, the IT subsidiary of electronics giant LG, has been handpicked by South Korea’s minting corporation to establish a blockchain platform for the public sector to provide a number of services including issuing a community token to the masses. As reported by Business Korea, LG CNS won the order from the Korea Minting, Security
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