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TFO looking for participants for March blockchain test

Briefs | 02/01/2018 2:45 pm EST
TFO looking for participants for March blockchain test
Groupe Media TFO president Glenn O’Farrell speaks at the Prime Time conference in Ottawa on Feb. 1, 2017./ Wire Report photo by Ahmad Hathout.

OTTAWA A Canada Media Fund-backed initiative to implement blockchain technology that would make it more efficient to credit content and pay rightsholders will begin testing of the system in March.

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