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Blockchain has been much in the news lately thanks to the speculative cryptocurrency market. It is increasingly being touted as something of a magic bullet in a whole range of disciplines, and has been put forward as an answer to ongoing challenges in the field of international development, humanitarian aid and refugee studies. Various pilot projects are starting to make use of blockchain to support refugees, and it is expected that technological improvements will enhance the services provided to people in vulnerable situations.

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