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I think so also but then if the R rate is controlled and testing is in place, I might only consider a jab if say I'm due to travel to certain countries in the same way I'd top up my typhoid etc
Interesting thought. The choice people will have is vaccinate or don’t travel or go to venues. It would be there human right to choose. Personally I will have the jab, sooner the better
I think you'll be expected to have a valid test with 72 hours to enter a confined premises. Given the varying degrees of protection depending on what vaccine you took, this could be an additional requirement for certain types of setting. Still remains to be seen whether the entire population will get vaccinated or just higher risk.
I cant see this coming into play due to human rights
Taken from an article in today’s Telegraph by Mathew Lynn. Sounds like a great idea, a certificate on your phone.
Finally, companies should discriminate against anti-vaxxers as customers as well. It should be a rule, with a tweak to the law if necessary, that you can’t get on a plane, or stay at a hotel, or go to a theatre or nightclub, without a vaccination. It isn’t much different than enforcing a ban on under-age drinking, and we can all carry a vaccination certificate on our phones.
3 tests per every person vaccinated also
Passed Porton Down tests. 1 of 3 to do so. Government increasing testing by double. The plot thickens - as they say
The very last question from a member of the public (back in the BBC studio following the coronavirus briefing) asked how he could know whether others around him had been vaccinated. Answer from lady at UCL, "you won't" and so you'll need to keep up with precautions. She mentioned early issues with immunity passports.
So there you have it, the public are thinking about this already.
Also in the news following success in Liverpool, 31 other local authorities in England now securing mass test capacity.
What was said about the TEst track trace as i missed it ?
There was a lot of talk about testing and coverage of how successful Liverpool was an roll out across the rest of the country there was even graphics that looked exactly like the test company we have a JV produces any thoughts anyone
I believe so. I expect you can also report your symptoms via the App, as with IBMs. This will feed to your employers or government's population management dashboard. An individual will control their own data and disclose to whoever they wish, for specific purposes whether its COVID to enter premises or evidencing Yellow Fever vaccine to pass immigration.
Well its not a secret anymore lol
Dude - "some form of computer" ROFL "it's the cpu" :))) this isn't Bitcoin. So the cost benefit of Blockchain - which btw 80% of Berkshire Hathaway's top holdings are investing in, so ask Warren Buffett - is completely outweighed because your might want a faster computer? Oh.
I'm not the guy who said it was too expensive to secure contracts yet CTEA has 2 already. Anyone with 10 mins reading will understand the transformational impact on efficiency and cost of DLT, hence why the WEF sees 2023 as the tipping point for adoption and almost 296,000% growth to 2027.
I think you've proven you can't read and soak up RNSs. Re-read 25 Aug RNS and slowly. Onsite-ID was upgraded, specifically it COV-ID functionality. It's a multi doc and multi health record app. What you've also missed is the launch of the management dashboards.
I'm sure your other IDs can step up while you supposedly disappear for 2 months. I guess you've bought in, so we can see your positive ID for a bit.
Crizmo, I'm finding this quite entertaining......you have your opinion and the likes of Dshox and myself have another opinion.
Let's see what transpires over the coming months, as Meyer seems very confident hence his cliff edge comment.....he wouldn't use those words if things are propelling along otherwise he would have just used words such as ...business is progressing.
See you in s couple of months....
So the app can interact with the COVID testing process and securely log personal data and certificates/documents for sharing between companies and other official bodies.
Has anyone considered whether it could also be applied further down the line to record those who have had the vaccine? There may come a point where employers and officials want to see people have had the vaccine before they're allowed to travel or work around the world. Such huge potential for CTEA if they can continue to broaden their coverage.
Can someone email this as a question to Guy Meyer and see what he has to say?
Oh no, you've uncovered my not at all a secret identity. I never once said I could hack blockchain on either platform so you're making things up in that little head of yours again.
Blockchain is expensive compared to the other options. Its the cpu requirements. So as they're going to run an app on some form of computer then if ones more expensive than another that makes it expensive in comparison.
According to the ctea website. Covid and onsite are different products. It says in the RNS you quoted that NPH have signed up for onsite. Not covid.
Yes, some noddy companies are using CTEAs blockchain offerings from pre covid. Does that mean its not expensive. I dont know how much it costs and neither do you. To say that something can't be expensive because someone has bought it doesn't make sense. If I bought a ferrari tomorrow does that mean theyre not expensive.
I love how you think you've done all this great detective work by finding me on twitter. Im not exactly shy in my criticism of CTEA on there.
I'm not arguing with you anymore over this. Its pointless and is starting to feel petty. Its probably annoying other people on this board.
I'm going away for 2 months now so enjoy another 2 months of no profit being made. Im sire there will be another fluffy update or 2 in that time. Nothing with any numbers in it for CTEA. Just more jam tomorrow.
So CTEA announces a commercial contract with NPH for Onsite-ID, which flAIM thrower (CTEA Twitter troll) who confessed to being a Senior Systems Engineer working for a 5bn company - as does crizmo below - does not believe has any money attaching to it. That is funny.
crizmo still hasn't read and understood the RNSs - COV-ID is part of Onsite-ID and being used to allow NPH to get employees safely back to work and interact with its customers.
I didn't quote anyone directly in my post but if the cap fits. So when you talk about the cost of Blockchain being expensive hence why nobody has bought it - wrong 2x given Firedoor is also using it - that doesn't translate to Blockchain being "too expensive"? Hmm backtracking much.
Recommend you research Blockchain instead of playing PS4 all day. We all know about hashrate and growing network security, but the idea of you sitting there in your bedsit being able to hack the Blockchain is laughable.
Trouble is, everything you write down can be traced - no need for a Blockchain to track and trace our 5bn-dollar-senior.
You've forgotten your tablets again. Reported.
I'm just sat here, waiting for my apology from you, after you called me a liar DShox. Only for me to prove you wrong.
Try the website and google searches and then many of your points will be clearer. There's a wealth of educational material freely available on the internet.
This all comes back to what I have mentioned several times. What benefit is blockchain to CovID?
The CovID app is not track and trace - all it does is securely hold your covid test result. Normal encryption is perfectly adequate for that - just as used by other apps already in use, like Halo.
CTEA may have a very advanced app, but equally CTEA have no past track record in selling anything. Stating in interviews that there has been great interest means nothing if you have no selling skills and there are competing apps out there backed by established companies.
Any company or government department would look at ALL the apps available, not just one. And there is absolutely nothing in the CTEA company background/history of CTEA to choose CTEA over others - unless the app does things that the others do not. And CovID does not.
Crizmo, I'm a developer for Blockchain and it's already pervasive throughout the world for many Dapps....but you already knew that! As for speed, depends which chain you're looking at , as trust me, speed isn't an issue.....far from the contrary.
The Govt's around the world are trying to adopt their own central bank (and even applies to Commercial Banks) digital currency but it's not really decentralised like BC. Their way in trying to keep tabs on the mass population.
Afrik-ID CTO (Nigel) works with Catenae's CFO & Co-Sec (John) at Beacon digital marketing, co-founded by Nigel in 2017.
Nigel joined Afrik-ID in June and interestingly John changed role from CFO of Beacon to become 'Director'.
At the turn of July, lots happened. Catenae launched Onsite-ID incl COV-ID functionality and signed a pilot with Afrik-ID.
From Proactive interview a month ago, we know Catenae and BHA Medical were talking about a JV from around the same point.
On 25 August we learned Onsite-ID was upgraded, in particular COV-ID and first commercial deal signed with NPH.
Subsequently a JV with BHA signed and then shortly afterwards, MoU signed to access the JV.
Last week flights resumed with embedded test & trace requirements in Southern Africa and we now know land borders will open on 01 Dec with similar requirements.
SADC population is c.450m people.
Combined track record and leverage of Afrik-ID, BHA and Catenae connections and track record internally and with governments and institutions point toward deals.
Why are you putting things in quotes that I haven't even posted?
"Imagine a world where when somebody posts there's "been no commercial sales", "no interest" because "Blockchain's too expensive", one could instantly test its accuracy."
I have never posted "been no commercial sales". If you read my post I said "Still no paying customers for CovID" which is 100% true.
I guess you're right. I can't say for certain that there has been no interest. Maybe someone enquired about CovID and then decided against buying it. I can say that no-one has bought the product though.
The third 'Quote' "Blockchain's too expensive" is another figment of your imagination. I never said that either. Here's what I said
"Blockchain is expensive. That would be my guess to the main reason as to why no-one wants CovID."
I'm not sure what your first paragraph is about
"The most opportune time to highlight the core proposition of Blockchain - it records, in the most secure manner possible, the immutable truth so that all stakeholders can record, trust and transact data and value"
That's not true. It's not the most secure manner possible. Until a blockchain is running at a certain scale, it's actually easier to compromise than a more traditional model.
So, I made one statement, about there being no interest, that I can't verify. The rest is, as you put it. The Immutable truth.
If you want to look at people posting lies. Maybe you want to look below at some statements you've made recently.
"Newcastle Health has bought COV-ID and Guy describes the value in building credibility. An insurance industry company is also using it." Lies. No-one has bought Cov-ID. NPH are trialing Onsite-ID. Not CovID
"but almost every single top rank business is quietly investing into Blockchain". Got any proof of that. I work in tech for a company worth over 5bn. We looked at blockchain and decided it's too costly. It's also slower than traditional infrastructure. It can't do as many transactions per second. I'm sure, being a blockchain expert, you already knew that though.
Very well said - and as was stated by both CEOs in the recent proactive interview- this JV will not be just covid.
Any longer term holders know what was keeping the SP above the 10p region early 2019?