Government use of blockchain

Land title registers, property transactions, academic certificates verification, personal documents storage and sharing, digital identity for proof of residency, eVoting, e-government, pension system management. These are the spheres, where innovative technologies gained the upper hand, and significantly improved efficiency, cost-saving, the way of thinking, and the way of our life.

In this article dedicated to the governmental use of blockchain technology in everyday life, we would like to show you examples of countries, which have implemented innovative stories into the history of their lands. Such solutions have led them not only to the protection of the citizens, but also to the efficiency, and cost-saving practices.

  • Interoperability services, such as X-Road, or e-Land Register save citizens 844 years of working time every year by providing the link between the government and society. 99% is the figure showing how much of the state’s services are available online.
  • After the cyber attack in Estonia in 2007, scalable blockchain technology was created to ensure the security of data stored in government repositories and to secure data from insider threats to the country. Now the state is using the e-Law, e-Justice, and even e-Police.

“Blockchain is the best solution for a more secure, efficient land-titling system. Thanks to blockchain’s inherent immutability, citizens know their records are safe and that their ownership rights cannot be unfairly contested.” — Bitfury Exonum company.

With the use of a special platform, it takes only 3 minutes for the usual citizen to create a specially secured hash code, which enables a person to prove his/her rights for the ownership of the property.

3IPK develops blockchain-based solutions automating certification, supply chain and maintenance of processes for aerospace, defence & other consumer goods.