Blockchain could be 'transformational' for small businesses, says Minister

John Leonard
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Significant potential for distributed ledgers in ensuring prompter payments, says Margot James, Minister of State at the DCMS

Late payments are one of the biggest issues facing small businesses, and it's an area where distributed ledger technologies (DLT) could provide substantial assistance, according to Margot James, Mi...

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