Today the blockchain has evolved in such a way that many governments and private companies have wanted to include it in their system and processes. The network has provided solutions for administration, security, voting system, among many others, which help optimize their operations.
Telos, being a blockchain with governance, security, arbitration, speed, transparency, low costs for development, provides governments and companies around the world profitable and sustainable alternatives.
Transparency is the most important feature in the solutions that Telos can provide in governments. Governments can demonstrate to their citizens that the financial transactions they are making correspond to the annual budget that is granted for their public and private expenses. Another process that benefits from this technology is elections, since many countries do it manually, causing distrust of the voters in the process; The blockchain keeps the data secure since it is encrypted in such a way that the final result of the election can not be modified or altered.
In addition, the chain of blocks allows a reduction in operating costs since it decreases the human resources that work in the distribution and recording of data. Finally, Telos can provide solutions for the processes that lead to property deeds and land records, where there have been many cases of scams and forgery of documents, with blockchain this is avoided.
Examples of real cases that use Blockchain and Cryptos
Estonia- KSI / E-Estonia
Estonia is the most digital country in the world and 99% of public services are in the blockchain, it represents an ideal example of how the blockchain can benefit governments globally. E-Estonia is a host platform for presidents, ministers, high level managers of the public and private sector, investors and international media. They provide solutions for education, identification, interoperability, security, healthcare, government, transportation, finance and business services. For more information about the services of this platform, go to E-Estonia
Estonia also developed the technology called KSI is a technology that has been designed which aims to ensure networks, databases and systems maintaining the privacy of the data. The KSI platform developed in government networks ensures that the information is not modified, this means that not even hackers or even the government itself can reform that information and not be noticed.
Chile-Real Estate Madesal
In Chile, the first real estate platform based on the blockchain has been launched. The real estate company called Madesal made an alliance with the company Purplex to create this platform. It consists of buying and selling homes with transparent processes documented in the blockchain, where the user can monitor the status of the entire process. In addition, the prospective buyer can access files and finalize their purchase / sale, guaranteeing their commitment until their new property is sold or handed over. Additionally, the platform accepts cryptocurrency as a payment method.
It is the first cryptocurrency issued in 2018 by a government entity and is acquired through the exchange pages with license or through the website of the treasury of cryptoactives of Venezuela. This currency is apparently supported by oil, gold, diamonds, among others. The main goal of the government is to completely eradicate the American currency (dollar) and ensure that citizens do not use it as a method of payment. This cryptocurrency does not respect decentralization, which is the main characteristic of crypto and blockchain, since it is controlled by the government itself and is not governed by the law of free supply and demand, as well as being a factor that influences directly in all the economic measures that the government has imposed, such as exchange control. In addition, the government can issue more Petros than it is supported and introduce it into the market, reducing its value and losing the credibility that such currency needs to exist.
In Denmark the use of the blockchain has already been applied for voting processes, in this case it was for the internal elections of the political party called Liberal Alliance in 2014 and they continue using this modality at present.
Georgia (Eastern Europe) — National Agency Public Registry (NAPR)
The Georgia government has created in association with BitFury Group, which operates as a software manufacturer, a platform launched in the blockchain, which issues information on land deeds, essential citizen information and also verifies the veracity of the proprietary deeds; the platform optimizes the processes saving money and time. This platform called the National Agency Public Registry (NAPR) offers the possibility for millions of people to access proprietary documents in the same place and provides support to those who are unable to register their property in legal terms.
Dubai- Bank Mashreq
A mortgage platform based on the blockchain in the Arab Emirates has been launched. The bank Mashreq Bank, associated with the Dubai Land Department (DLD), the real estate agency of the Executive Board of Dubai based in the United Arab Emirates, has developed a platform where the mortgage registries will be housed, ensuring that these records meet the correct requirements. The services offered by the platform is the visualization of the updates that occur after the sale of a property (Example: The final settlement, changes of mortgages, among others.
Dubai for 2020 wants to be the first country worldwide to perform all transactions based on the blockchain; The government estimates saving millions of dollars annually, contributing to carbon reduction and optimizing their productivity processes.
Telos Blockchain has the possibility of making major changes in governments, improving and optimizing their processes. In addition, the transparency and reliability of operations creates better relations between citizens and governments.