The National Nursees Union (NNU) is using the blockchain technology to push back against the opioid crisis.
The union claims to be the first union in the US to use blockchain technology for elections.
The group recently launched its own blockchain campaign.
It claims to have raised more than $5.3 million through the campaign, a figure that will likely rise in coming weeks.
But its digital efforts are a bit more complicated than the NNU’s claims.
According to a report from the New York Times, the union is actually using a blockchain called “Nuance”, which is similar to bitcoin.
According the Times, this is the NUU’s own blockchain and that it is also working with several other tech firms to develop and distribute its own decentralized digital currency.
The Times says the NUSU has been “encouraged by some of the most respected and innovative companies in the field of blockchain technology”.
The article goes on to say that the NUNU has also been “trying to engage with other groups of organizations around the world that are exploring blockchain technology and blockchain governance”.
One of these groups is the Blockchain Technology Association, which is the group behind the NNGU’s campaign.
The NNNU says that it plans to continue using the NNT, which it says is the union’s “official blockchain”.
According to the union, NNTs are the first decentralized digital currencies in the world.
The National Network for Free & Fair Elections, which the NNNE describes as a “global, decentralized, and distributed digital voting platform”, is one of the NNSU’s digital campaign efforts.
The association is also using its own “decentralized voting platform”.
The NNSE says that its platform is “designed to enable free, fair, and transparent electoral participation” and that its blockchain will “automatically verify” the votes.
The Associated Press also reports that the association has used blockchain technology on election day.
The paper states that it “has raised more to date than any other national party in US history, bringing in more than five times the amount of cash, which has been used in the past two elections, compared with its previous campaign.”
The Associated Post says the National Network For Free & Free Elections has raised more money than any major political party.
The AP notes that the campaign raised $1.7 million in just over a month and that the average donation is around $5,000.
The campaign has already raised $9 million.
The organization’s chief operating officer is former Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Ed Gillespie, who is also the executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
Gillespie told the AP that the digital campaign is “the most important part of our effort”.
The group plans to use its NNT to help with voter registration and to raise money for candidates and ballot initiatives, which are important in the elections.
According an Associated Press article, the NNEU has already spent over $100,000 on the NNF campaign.
While the NNAU says it plans on “expanding our digital campaign by leveraging blockchain technology” and the NNPE says it “will use blockchain to increase voter participation”, neither of these efforts appear to have the support of the other.
The Trump administration has made blockchain a key part of its strategy for combating the opioid epidemic.
Last week, the White House announced a number of initiatives to combat the opioid overdose crisis.
Among them was the White Coat Alliance, which aims to “enhance public awareness and understanding of blockchain technologies to help us combat the scourge of opioid addiction.”
The alliance has also created an initiative called the “Blockchain Alliance to address the opioid addiction epidemic”.
In response to the news, NNNY’s political director, Alex DeAngelis, told the Associated Press that he was “disappointed by the decision of the White Supremacy Party” to pull its support for the NNWU digital campaign.
“Blockchains have been used for decades to create decentralized, peer-to-peer financial services,” DeAngeles said.
“We need to embrace the technologies and technology to better regulate the use of these technologies.”
The NNUs digital campaign will likely take more time to develop than its digital counterparts, but the union will undoubtedly be able to use the NRNU’s blockchain to raise the funds needed for its efforts.
For now, it seems that the opioid issue will be a focal point for the digital campaigns efforts, which will likely make it the most important digital campaign in the entire election.
The news is still developing, however.
As of publication time, the campaign has not responded to the AP’s request for comment.
The blockchain campaign is expected to launch in the coming weeks, according to the NNCE.
In the meantime, however, we can still look forward to the digital side of things.
We’ve reached out to the National NNNW for comment and will update this article