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VX TECHNOLOGIES Keynotes Ghana’s Future on Blockchain Conference

August 11, 2022 – Del Ray Beach, FL, USA

VX Technologies (VXT) announces that it will host and keynote the Ghana’s Future on Blockchain Conference in Accra, Ghana, at the Marriott Hotel on August 25, 2022, in association with the American Chamber of Commerce, Ghana.

VX Technologies’ innovative blockchain applications store and verify vaccination administration of all types (childhood and adult) and test results for viruses such as COVID-19. The Company also provides a platform to store and verify academic and job training records. The solutions address pressing needs in developing economies for low-cost, highly secure, and easily accessible records and verification tools for the workplace.

“As a leader in blockchain technologies in healthcare and education, we are honored to be leading this important event in the Republic of Ghana,” said Justin Pauly, VXT’s President. He continued: “We have pioneered immutable storage and verification of information on a trusted network to prove the integrity of the data at any time. Our partnership with the American Chamber of Commerce in Ghana will bring together government and business leaders to explore how blockchain solutions will transform the continent, with Ghana leading the way.”



VX Technologies is a Verified Record (VR)™ on Blockchain company that provides secure certificates and verification at a low initial purchase price and low recurring costs. It currently serves healthcare and education markets. VX Technologies solutions are built on an immutable source of global end-user-owned evidence, using distributed ledger technology to ensure security, privacy, and accessibility.


About The American Chamber of Commerce in Ghana

AmCham in Ghana is an affiliate of the US Chamber of Commerce. It is a voluntary association of professionals and businesspeople working to create an environment where business can thrive between Ghanaian and American communities. AmCham exists to promote commercial, economic, educational, and cultural ties between the United States of America and the Republic of Ghana.

Justin Pauly
+1 (312) 493-5523
[email protected]