Using blockchain to support government and public use cases
Store access control policies on the blockchain, remove the need for passwords, automate policy enforcement, and more.
Digital documents, certificates, and licenses issued from an immutable ledger that is publically verifiable and auditable.
Increase security and flexibility for e-government services including voting, taxation, customs and border crossings
Using ArcBlock's Open Chain Access Protocol (OCAP), ArcBlock delivered a commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) technology that provided the client with enterprise-wide data subscription for diverse data sets including Bitcoin and Ethereum to support their efforts to monitor risk, improve compliance, and inform government policy with respect to digital and cryptocurrency-based assets. This subscription includes secure transmission of the data through SFTP, available global APIs and the lifetime of data for each data set on hosted nodes and infrastructure.
A government entity is interested in using blockchain to improve security, and transparency, for issuing and verifying licenses and certificates.
Arcblock is continuing to adapt and implement the entities license and certificate system using the Forge Framework. In doing so, the system is being adapted to integrate additional 3rd party and external services to increase support of issuance deliverables. Included with this is the continued adaptation of key management and recovery mechanisms to support diverse stakeholders, increase automation of external services, as well as new reporting features to help the entity evaluate the success of its program.