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GeoBlockly – building location aware smart contracts on the blockchain

Edinburgh University

Edinburgh College of Art built GeoBlockly as an exploratory tool that would enable new users to learn how to write Smart Contracts and to get them to think about the possibilities for process management and automation that are opened up by the use of Smart Contracts and blockchains.

Moving the Leisure Pass to the blockchain

City of Roeselare

Roeselare issues a Leisure Pass (Vrijetijdspas) to citizens on limited incomes: this pass provides a range of discounts to citizens. The pass is hard to administer and Roeselare is looking to develop a blockchain-enabled solution that allows for better coordination between delivery partners.

BLING Blockchain use-case: Generating health certificates in Oldenburg, Germany.

Oldenburg University

The University of Oldenburg and the City of Oldenburg work together to develop a blockchain-enabled solution which could be used for users and organisations to verify or validate a registration / health certificate, and ensure the integrity and source of these certificates.

Developing MultiKnip – A Dutch cross-service delivery tool leveraging blockchain

Province of Drenthe

MultiWallet aims to provide a generic platform that works across local governments to enable more targeted and more joined up service delivery. This is a new way of working that could enable the targeting of specific groups with services that the users are ‘pre–qualified’ to receive.

Can Democracy become Digital? Using blockchain to support democracy in Sweden

The County Administrative Board of Skåne

The County Administrative Board of Skåne in southern Sweden believes that blockchain-solutions – referendums, e-petitions, elections, etc. could widen or enhance citizen participation. This is the story of their search for tools and solutions to make this happen.

Exploring the potential of blockchain-enabled e-voting in the Netherlands

Province of Drenthe

To better understand the issues that were holding back wider acceptance of e-voting, the Province of Drenthe commissioned BlockchainLab Drenthe to review the technological issues and challenges in the context of a potential e-voting pilot that used some form of blockchain solution.

The Fit4work Challenge  – helping Roeselare’s employees stay healthy

City of Roeselare

Roeselare’s Fit4Work is a program to help employees become more active. They trialled a personalised fitness service linking online coaching and IoT wearables via blockchain solution to support employee health, fitness, and activity take-up in a privacy compliant way.

BLING Blockchain use-case: The red button – an emergency brake for people in financial distress

Central Judical Collection Agency

The ‘Red Button’ (aka ‘Financial Emergency Brake’) project allows citizens to tell the Dutch Government and debt agencies that they are unable to pay their debts. The privacy-centric system links this declaration with certification from local services that they are providing debt support.

Howest hosts the world’s first Decentralised Autonomous Hackathon

Howest University of Applied Science

In April 2022 HOWEST and BLING organized a hackathon to tackle the over-use of water by developing blockchain-enabled solutions to improve water management. This first-of-its-kind ‘decentralised autonomous hackathon’ was organised via (autonomous) smart contracts on a (decentralised) blockchain.

Digital transformation in local government – learning from blockchain projects

Gothenburg University

Local governments are undergoing significant digital transformation, including experimenting with new technological solutions. This summarises the findings of a case study of three BLING municipalities in Western Europe that are exploring the adoption of blockchain-enabled service solutions .

Blockchain on the Move – Giving you control of your own digital identity

City of Antwerp

Blockchain on the Move is a Self Sovereign Identity (SSI) proof of concept between the City of Antwerp, VICTOR, and Information Flanders that aimed to develop tools and approaches to give citizens control over their own data, and to link this with Antwerp’s A-card to give better access to services.

Making meetings manageable – the Self Sovereign Attendancy Pilot

Province of Drenthe

How BlockchainLab Drenthe built an application that used Self-sovereign identity (SSI) to make paper meeting attendance sheets obsolete and to deliver a privacy -first GDPR-compliant solution to reporting meeting attendance.