Blockchain4all is a tool for the exchange of information by users of the public administration (citizens, businesses and government), capable of increasing the privacy and confidentiality of information, optimizing the identification of users, which ensure its modular ability and scalability, and enable advanced monitoring.
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Practical SME application use cases
Public administration sector use cases
Project name: BLOCKCHAIN4ALL
Project name: Luxembourg Public Sector Blockchain
Government IT Centre (Centre des technologies de l'information de l'Etat - CTIE) and S.I.G.I. (Syndicat Intercommunal de Gestion Informatique) are implementing a decentralized platform to streamline and secure flows of information between the various actors of the public sector.
Project name: European Financial Transparency Gateway
In order to promote cross-border investment and provide investors with easy access to regulated financial information of companies listed on the European Union's (EU) regulated markets, the European Commission (EC) is developing a platform that offers a single view for such information currently stored within different Member States' infrastructures. Following a successful Proof of Concept (PoC) using Blockchain technology, the EC is launching the European Financial Transparency Gateway (EFTG) Pilot Project within the framework of the Capital Market Union and the legal obligations of the Directive 2013/50/EC.