2021-07-01

We spoke to Matthias Jugel, the co-founder of ubirch, the company behind the 🇩🇪 German digital vaccination passes 💉His technology has generated over 30 million vaccine passes giving German their summer holidays back! And they launched in a matter of weeks! We discussed what was involved in creating digital vaccine passports that worked OFFLINE and allow movement around the EU 🇪🇺; Blockchain verification ✔️ and its applications in pharmaceuticals⚕️, car insurance 🚘and manufacturing 🏭 and what he learnt from launching a national program in a month! 📆

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