Recently, Chinese President Xi Jinping officially announced the country's intention to develop blockchain technology. One of the uses of technology that the president has not mentioned is the launch of an application that allows you to evaluate the devotion of the Communist Party.
Lian Shang Chuxin app allows membersThe Communist Party declare its allegiance and devotion to the ruling government, stating the reasons for joining the party, which are then stored in an unchanged and transparent blockchain register.
China has formed a dual attitude towardsblockchain - on the one hand, the country strongly supports the unchanged technology of distributed registries, and on the other - actively avoids the decentralized economic system that underlies it.
Lian Shang Chuxin app (translated “chainaspirations ”) is based on the principle of the currently known Study Xi Strong Country application, a tool dedicated to the teachings of Chinese President Xi.
This application may not represent the mosthigh-tech or advanced use of the blockchain, but it really gives a vivid idea of how the Chinese government is going to use the technology. The idea of the Lian Shang Chuxin application is that the blockchain can be used to store patriotic statements in a virtual capsule that will be opened and viewed on the party’s anniversary or “political birthday” of party members.
Blockchain for China is a control toolcitizens by the state. Use cases like the Lian Shang Chuxin app are minor in their application, but they demonstrate how the blockchain will develop and be used in a densely populated country.
According to the materials beincrypto.com