Some blockchain managers have been directed by some of U.S. states in food and agriculture to keep working through those states as these states have already gone under lockdown. The managers of these states are serving their respective 88 million residents while they are completely disengaged from the contract of others. As they are currently working with critical infrastructure industry, they have a special responsibility to maintain their normal work schedule. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) made a nine-page list of ‘’critical infrastructure industries’’ that included blockchain managers in food and agriculture. Employees and firms engaged in such works must not let the crisis stop their work as per the memo.
The memo of CISA, which didn’t specify something about blockchain manager and what is its actual goal, is expected to target a small cadre of systems engineers working at the administrative level to make sure that things aren’t going up in flames. To make sure everything is going well, a blockchain manager is needed to have behind the scenes. Another belief comes that blockchain can play a critical role in national manufacturing and reportedly blockchain managers keep everything moving. If blockchain and algorithms are maintained in a well manner then the tracking and monitoring can be done is a systematic way.
The tech is in place for not a longer time lacks in presence across major supply chains including food, manufacturing, pharma or otherwise. There are some production grade networks out there where companies are really running their operations on some sort of blockchain platform. Blockchain managers can easily do the job from home as stay-at-home orders are therefore unlikely to kneecap that handful of companies. However by the CISA’S recommendation and subsequent orders of the states could legitimate a profession still in its infancy. The thought that blockchain can benefit people is rising in this critical situation indeed.