Dublin, a quaint suburb in Ohio’s capital, Columbus has been quietly and efficiently pursuing a blockchain project focused on personal identity.
This was revealed through a request for proposal (RFP) document published last month. This makes Dublin join the list of many municipal governments who are trying to explore the various possibilities offered by blockchain.
According to the RFP document:
“The city hopes to prove the viability of identity, basic voting, opinion survey, and a token of some arbitrary value. It is the city’s belief that more robust applications of blockchain technology may become commonplace and so the city desires to establish a base technical foundation upon which it will build additional functionality.”
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