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  • Blockchain E-Government

    Introduction

    The state sector is a complex centralized system, very slow to react and actively resisting any change. The development level of this system defines the state regulation efficiency and the ability to adequately provide services to citizens and business.

    The fragmentation of organizational structures of the state machine makes it difficult for departments to exchange information and increases the number of intermediaries between a citizen and the state. Governments are reforming public service system by integrating departments into a common system, developing and implementing various technical solutions aimed at facilitating the state-citizen communication. Blockchain platform Credits offers a fundamentally new approach with a high capacity to be implemented in e-government.

    E-government Model

    Today, an e-government system that exists in a number of countries mainly represents a tool for services to citizens and business through web portals. To implement a common digital ecosystem there needs to be a register of services, a register of citizens, a mechanism of citizen identification and the system of payments for services.

    The existing e-government technology is immense by scale security requirements, but trivial in by architecture: it is a huge centrally managed database and a set of applications that connect it to web interfaces. Thus, despite the modernization of services, the fragmentation of the state machine, the large number of intermediaries, bureaucracy, and the lack of transparency remain.

    Blockchain-based model

    The technological paradigm of blockchain involves a public and safe storage and transmission of data. Data can be transmitted without a common centre and intermediaries but with a guarantee that parties will fulfill their obligations; data will have a programmable value as well. This is possible with the use of cryptocurrency tools and smart contracts. State document flow, the registration of companies, e-voting, public procurement, and auctions are the areas in need of reducing costs related to data exchange and unification into a common storage system. Today, many projects offer their solutions aimed at the management optimization.

    Read the full article following the link below.

  • #2
    This looks like something fantastic. Blockchain industry needs more such kind of project with a mass of possible use cases, enterprises are excited about the promise of blockchain, and many like IBM are actively taking leadership in the space. That's awesome to have persons like Nitin on board. Go team.

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    • #3
      Hello, do you have any short videos with use cases? i would be glad to see them, please share the link if you have them

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