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Rental Equipment/Real Estate/Pot Company Is The Latest To Go Blockchain


India Globalization Capital (IGC) — the rare heavy-equipment rental and real-estate-management firm that also has a ... X The company, which is based in Maryland, said on Tuesday that it will use blockchain, the digital ledger technology behind Bitcoin ...


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