In a recent trend survey made by DMEXCO and presented at an event in Cologne, Germany, it was determined that although the world is currently suffering economically, the digital economy may greatly benefit after the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the survey, the COVID-19 crisis will accelerate the rhythm of digital transformation.
One of the benefits of an advancing digital transformation is that it can lead to new solutions, unlocking inconceivable possibilities.
This is especially true in digital services provided by governments, as the potential for innovation within the sector is vast.
Through the decree, the Brazilian government set guidelines for the transformation of digital services, the unification of digital channels, and the development of interoperability between systems.
Primary goals for Brazil’s digital government strategy:
- Offering intuitive and straightforward public digital services, consolidated in a single platform.
- Promoting the integration and interoperability of governmental databases.
- Implementing the General Data law.
- Making digital citizen identification available.
- Optimizing information technology infrastructures.
The set goals fit perfectly in a blockchain structures context. Therefore, in the Annex to the Decree 10332 from April 28, the Brazilian government pointed to the use of blockchain as one of its goals for achieving the expansion of digital government services in Brazil.
“Initiative 8.3. Make, at least, nine datasets available in federal public administration via blockchain solution, until 2022.
Initiative 8.4. Implement resources for the creation of an interoperable Federal Government blockchain network, with the use of accurate identification and safe algorithms.”
In light of this development, this article will touch upon the exclusive functionalities of blockchain structures not found in other technologies that may benefit…