Open Innovation Platform – What Blockchain brings?

Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy is currently looking for application examples and ideas for how Blockchain can add value to u. a. education, energy, health, transport and administration. It invited representatives of these industries and Blockchain experts to exchange views with the ministry. The results will be presented at the CEBIT in June.

The Open Innovation Platform of the Intelligent Networking Initiative of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy has focused on Blockchain in 2018, among other things. The aim is, together with interested citizens, to explore the potential of technology in the fields of education, energy, health, transport and administration. Likewise one wants to answer the question, which ideas and projects already exist in these areas on the topic Blockchain.

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Blockchain is not equal to crypto-money!

Many associate Blockchain technology primarily with the use case of cryptocurrencies. But the application potential of the technology goes far beyond that. Manage charging of electric cars, prevent drug prescription fraud or make a marriage record – in many areas there are applications for Blockchain technology.

The current phase of ideas lasts from 19 March to 29 April and lives from the participation of the community. Together with the members and experts, the OIP wants to show that the added value of blockchain applications need not be limited to the financial sector. Everyone can join in: Simply register on the Open Innovation Platform of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and exchange views on the Blockchain projects. Particularly active participants and authors of exciting contributions receive the opportunity to present their project on a pitch session in the BMWi and to be invited to the CEBIT on 15 June.

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