SK Planet, one of Koreas largest telecommunications firms, is looking to step up its blockchain game with a nationwide collaboration. The telecom giant has signed a memorandum of understanding with the ICON Foundation. The cooperation will see SK planet integrate blockchain into a number of existing products, such as OK Cashbag. The collaboration aims to make a real-life blockchain use case. OK Cashbag is already one of the countrys largest loyalty programs, boasting nearly 38 million subscribers half of the population of South Korea. We will have to wait before we know what this use case will look likeā€¦ This story continues at The Next Web

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