But, according to the South African Revenue Service (Sars) and experts, there will probably have to be a huge push for skills and adoption before blockchain becomes a mainstay of the tax system.
Sars is considering using blockchain technology, said the tax agency’s head of technology, Intikhab Shaik.
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