The pandemic of COVID-19 is pushing laboratory technicians through the struggles of adopting blockchain technologies nowadays. Therefore, it is essential to clarify first what blockchain means. Blockchain consists of the words “block” and “chain” and describes a digital record of transactions of individual documents, which are called “blocks”, and a single list of the blocks that are chain-linked together. Verify, secure, and share data and manage cross-border transactions: those are the building blocks of blockchain technology. As a peer-to-peer based topology, a blockchain consists of ledger technology, which allows two essential factors: the global data storage on thousands of servers and its real-time access. Thanks to these two factors, it is complicated for one user to control the network.