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This project has been funded by the National Security Council Secretariat to develop e-governance solutions using blockchain technology.
A three-month feasibility study to decide the blockchain technology to use, and to outline the research and validation as well as incubation plan. In this phase we identify two e-governance applications that will be used to demonstrate the utility of the blockchain. We decide on the technology or mix of technologies as well as the innovation requirements on top of the existing technologies.
A detailed report is to be produced at the end of 3 months of Phase I to outline the steps to be taken, deliverables, and validation methods of Phase 2 and 3.
Development of blockchain technology, protocols, formal validation of tamper resistance property, and prototype development. An application on top of the prototype at the campus level will be used as a demonstration vehicle.
In Phase 3, the project will be moved into an incubation phase with a technology team to be incubated, particularly for implementation from prototype to production level application development, and working with government entities to demonstrate the use of the developed blockchain.
We thank National Security Council for funding the project
We thank various institutions for supporting us