The Republic of San Marino has approved VeChain’s NFT-based vaccination passport that allows verification worldwide. The vaccination passport contains a record of past infections, negative test results, and also provides a digital vaccination certificate.
“The use of VeChain’s blockchain technology and, in particular NFTs, makes it possible to increase confidence in the authenticity of the information, reducing the risk of counterfeiting,” said Renato Grottola, Global Director Growth, and Innovation at DNV.
This isn’t the first time VeChain has provided blockchain-based solutions in response to the global pandemic. Earlier this year, Vechain partnered with the Mediterranean Hospital of Cyprus to store vaccination records on its blockchain.