Blockchain-based platforms for genomic data sharing: a de-centralized approach in response to the governance problems?

Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA
Mahsa Shabani


Blockchain-based platforms are emerging to provide solutions for technical and governance challenges associated with genomic data sharing. Providing capabilities for distributed data stewardship and participatory access control along with effective ways for enforcement of the data access agreements and data ownership are among the major promises of these platforms.


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