Episode 8: Blockchain in Public sector – Part 1 (An Introduction)

We hear a lot on how blockchain is helping industries reinvent their operations and offerings. But what about when it comes to reshaping the public sector? Does blockchain have a role here? If so, what and how? Especially in these times when the entire public sector – citizens & businesses engagement models are getting transformed and not just incrementally.

My efforts towards this is the genesis of this Blockchain in Public Services series which I will share over several episodes over this podcast, Blockchain Hustle. In this introduction episode of this series I will share a brief outline of what I plan to cover to provide you an idea on what to expect in the next few episodes covering this topic.

Welcome to the Blockchain Hustle where I take a look at some interesting plays of how blockchain technology is opening up new business vistas across multiple industries.


[00.17]    Introduction

[01.18]    Outline of the series

  • Some basics (Role of public sector, expectations of citizens)
  • What does this entail? How can technology, specifically blockchain help here?
  • Few areas in public sector and some groups of use cases which hold most promise for blockchain
  • Few examples of what governments across the globe are currently doing with blockchain along with some learnings
  • Anticorruption measures and upping the efficiency in government procurement systems are 2 hot areas. Few pointers here
  • Blockchain use case selection framework
  • Some Learnings

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