The Moscow government will use Ethereum to promote transparency in the trading system of the weekend farmers market. The system will record commercial land parcel applications submitted by farmers. According to the government, the entire system’s data set is publicly visible, transparent, and available for download. In this case, the submission time can be confirmed, and once submitted, the applicant cannot delete or change the application. It is reported that there are about 15,000 trading venues for competition in the farmer’s market. The market is open from April 20 to November 25, and farmers from Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan participate.
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