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Malaysian Ministry of Education Fights Fake Diplomas With Blockchain Technology


The Malaysian Ministry of Education has introduced E-Skrol, an application built on the NEM blockchain to handle certificate fraud (diploma) issues using blockchain technology.

In a September 19 article by the nearby news organization, the Ministry of Education in Malaysia reported that the recently presented E-Skrol blockchain application, which made it conceivable to confirm the credibility of degrees and confirmations in training in Malaysia, will currently be accessible to all open and private colleges in this neighboring nation.

The E-Skrol application aims to address the increasing cases of diploma and fake degrees in Malaysia, which can be obtained online from so-called diploma factories.

Minister of Education, Dr. Maszlee Malik, stated that the problem of counterfeiting had a negative impact on the Malaysian higher education system, he also added:

"There are people who associate with the reputation of Malaysian state universities to raise their profile by showing fake certificates. We strongly believe that the blockchain application can change this situation."

Maszlee Malik also said that "now anyone, anywhere in the world can verify the data of every Malaysian university graduate, including their names, complete transcripts, graduation dates, and degree classes through the application and scanning the QR code, which is printed on the certificate."

On the other hand, previously, the non-profit blockchain organization, the Iota Foundation, had released a platform that enabled a decentralized and autonomous industrial market.

Dubbed the "Industry Marketplace", Iota's new product is a joint initiative aimed at accelerating industrial automation and commercial machine interaction, the Iota Foundation announced in a blog post on September 19.

Working as an industry-nonpartisan merchant and stage that robotizes the exchanging of physical and computerized merchandise and ventures, the blog entry guaranteed the Industry Marketplace as the world's first self-sufficient and decentralized virtual market.

This activity is a coordinated effort between various organizations, including the German startup IoT, Neoception, and WeWash, the principal advancement division by the biggest family hardware producer in Europe, BSH Hausgerate, and numerous others.

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