The Minister of transport Malta Ian Borg (Ian Borg) in the framework of implementation adopted in this year blockchain strategy for the country announced a partnership that his office had signed with the British blockchain startup Omnitude to improve the service of public transport. P predpolagaetsya to create a transport and logistics blockchain platform as a whole will serve as the “development improvements in the operation of vehicles”.

The head and founder of a startup Chris painter (Chris Painter), explaining interest in working with the authorities of the island nation to explore ecosystems Omnitude, said that the Maltese government is “extremely progressive”.

Recall that recently Omnitude became a technological partner of the British team at “Formula-1” that for the first time presenting the blockchain is a solution for the world championship on a ring auto racing.

As of the end of April, Malta was in the lead most traded cryptocurrency in the world. At the same time, the government of a country that aspires to become a “blockchain-island”, approved three draft laws related to trafficking cryptocurrency, ICO and blockchain technology, presented to Parliament.