Many people associate blockchain with safety and distribution systems. The winner of a contention held by the United States Department of Defense represented these features from a new perspective.
As innovations have their impact on modern warfare, the DoD keeps exploring methods to practice them in the manufacturing means and supply connections for armaments and structure of the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy.
The Advanced Manufacturing Olympics, which took place on Oct. 20–23, attempted to engage conventional DoD operators, technologists, and professors to manage new devices, especially 3D printing, for the construction and distribution of crucial components in the fighting equipment line.
The winner became SIMBA Chain a cloud-based blockchain-as-a-service network. The team got $100,000 for their solution in one complex issue task in terms of the DoD’s Olympics.