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# e-government News

September 12, 2017 by at Blockchain, News, Tech
Developers behind Sovereign, an application that combines blockchain technology and Liquid Democracy, are hoping to inspire voters to re-enter the political sphere. A Decaying Political Machine One of the greatest political disappointments of our generation has not been the election of Donald J. Trump. His arrival has certainly been unprecedented,...
July 15, 2017 by at Blockchain, Commentary, News, Tech
The UK has long been viewed as accommodating toward cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, with a number of blockchain startups based therein as well as the creation of conducive regulatory conditions, such as the FCA’s FinTech sandbox. However, the country is also looking to distributed ledger technology to better its public...
The Ukraine and Bitfury test new frontiers! The State Agency for eGovernance signed a memorandum with Bitfury, which could be the beginning of the biggest and most ambitious blockchain project a government has started. On April 13 Oleksandr Ryzhenko, head of the Ukrainian State Agency for eGovernance, and Valery Vavilov,...
February 3, 2017 by at News, Tech
Switzerland-based startup Procivis presented its eGovernment-as-a-Service proof of concept at Microsoft’s public sector digitization day in Bern, Switzerland on January 24. The startup lead by blockchain entrepreneur Daniel Gasteiger aims to “empower citizens by providing eGovernment applications built around self-sovereign digital identities and personal data security” by combining distributed ledger...
December 18, 2016 by at Bitcoin, Finance, News, Regulation
The little Swiss city of Zug became famous worldwide for being the first city to accept bitcoin for municipal services. Now the city says it has had “positive experiences” with accepting bitcoin - and that it plans to adopt non-monetary blockchain applications for the city’s administration. Zug, the capital of...
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