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Taiwan's capital city of Taipei is working with the IOTA Foundation to bring Tangle - IOTA's answer to blockchain - to its citizen identification plans.

Department of Information Technology commissioner Wei-bin Lee confirmed that Taipei would be partnering with IOTA and local startup BiiLabs for its Digital Citizen Card project, telling CoinDesk that the effort was one of many proof-of-concept plans the city had.

Taipei will specifically be using IOTA's Tangle ID service for several projects, he said, though he did not elaborate beyond the Digital Citizen project.

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Lee elaborated in an email to CoinDesk:

"We'll be starting with related applications for Digital Citizen Card that can be used as a platform. We also seek to boost the authentication and integrity checks for municipality-to-municipality/institution-to-institution data exchange (such as medical records)."

That being said, the commissioner also said the city is open to other proposals which may help Taipei further develop its goals of becoming a "smart city." As such, the city will work with any other available technologies, he told CoinDesk.

While Taipei is testing IOTA's tech, the city is not yet using any type of cryptocurrency, Lee said.

The details of upcoming projects have not yet been discussed, but IOTA has been invited to set up an office in Taipei to facilitate future projects, he said.

For the moment, the Department of Information Technology, BiiLabs and the foundation will continue discussing project proposals to establish proofs of concept. The three groups formed a task force to work on the details for these projects.

Lee concluded:

"After the PoCs, we will evaluate the results and see where we go from there."

Michael del Castillo contributed reporting to this article.

Editor's note: This article has been updated to clarify information about Iota's Tangle technology.

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It’s time again for our quarterly Global Commerce Report, where we compile our mobile commerce data from retailers and brands around the world, and the results for Q4 2017 mobile commerce are in!

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Shoppers in North America remain active on mobile. Advertisers with a shopping app generate 67% of transactions on mobile devices, for retailers who generate sales on both mobile web and in-app. Overall, when compared to Q4 2016, YoY sales increased by 13%.

2. In the Middle East and Africa, Smartphone generates the largest share of online transactions for retailers, excluding apps.

The Middle East and Africa may show us the future, where mobile commerce actually dominates retail sales. Only 37% of transactions occurred on desktop. But apps still make for the best conversions as advertisers with a shopping app generate 66% of transactions on mobile devices.

3. Latin America remains the fastest growing region for share of mobile transactions, with a year-over-year increase of 37%.

Though tablet usage has decreased to account for just under 2% of all transactions, those in Latin America are savvy app-users, contributing to app conversion rates that are 3 times higher on app than on mobile web. That’s in line with the trends we’ve seen in Latin America in general – there’s been a 37% increase YoY when it comes to mobile transactions.

4. In Europe, transactions on mobile and desktop are split 50-50, with share of transactions completed on smartphones increasing 21% YoY.

Retailers with a shopping app now generate 44% of their sales on mobile devices. Interestingly, tablet usage is down like in the rest of the world, but still accounts for more than 10% of transactions. Overall, we still saw strong transactional data on smartphones, which increased 21% when compared to Q4 2016.

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