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"Access to any personally identifiable information cryptographically sealed on the blockchain would require the identity holder’s consent or the consent of their legal guardian."

Amando Boncales
In 2017, the State of Illinois released a request for information (RFI) on “Distributed Ledger and Blockchain Applications in the Public Sector.” In addition to new approaches for creating compliance and entitlement registers, the RFI expressed interest in exploring the use of blockchain for identity, attestation and ownership registries.
As described in the RFI, identity is foundational for all government services, and government itself is the custodian of citizens’ official identities. But while identity is clearly of central concern to governments, including to the State of Illinois, IDs are often siloed in various agency databases, which, as noted in the RFI, “increases opportunities for fraud, security breaches and errors.”1 This fragmentation (as well as related challenges concerning ongoing custodianship of residents’ identities from birth to death) creates persistent operational problems for the Illinois government, with potentially negative impacts on government service delivery and the smooth functioning of the state ID system.
Amando Boncales
Paulo Felipe
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Marcio Gandra
Innovation and Technology

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The approach designed and tested during the pilot does not primarily seek to “disrupt” or “disintermediate” the process of registering births, but rather seeks to empower individuals by providing them with a native digital identity from birth.
Perhaps the central challenge for the pilot involved the challenges of introducing an emergent and complex technological innovation into an entrenched and equally complex institutional process. These challenges led to multiple amendments to the project after its initial conception. For example, initial communications intimated that the project would create and test a process for adding new births to a blockchain. Eventually, the project shifted to using existing birth records rather than generating new ones. The change signals an encouraging level of flexibility on the part of the project implementers, but also demonstrates the need for a rigorous and collaborative upfront design process when seeking to implement new blockchain innovations in the public sector.


Frequently Asked Questions
If i only register my baby using blockchain, is it valid?
The attributes of newborn babies would still be recorded and validated by an official with the authority to register new births in your state. The difference lies in where identity information is stored and who controls access to that data.
How the process works?
The new process worked as follows. After a child’s birth, government agencies verify birth registration information, using existing standards of live birth certification, and then secure the information via a blockchain. Parents then gain legal authority to manage a child’s digital ID until they are 18 years old. This identity information can be requested by businesses and government institutions via encrypted access for verification and authentication; an individual can also request their own information to obtain other services or types of identification, such as a driver’s licenses or bank account. Access to any personally identifiable information cryptographically sealed on the blockchain would require the identity holder’s consent or the consent of their legal guardian.
What is the Blockchain Document Register advantages ?
Blockchain has several unique advantages. One is anonymity. Parties who come to a blockchain can engage in trusted exchanges without revealing their identities, which cuts down on time. Another is blockchain's distributed structure. Any two or more people can create a blockchain without going through the process of registering with a central authority. They can even create private blockchains that have different custom security definitions that limit what participants in the chain can do. In all cases, the parties to the blockchain decide what the rules are.
Why do we need to record certain documents in the Blockchain ?
It's important to note that blockchain doesn't apply just to documents. It can be used with any kind of digital asset, such as images, video files and email backups. Blockchain is becoming particularly popular in intellectual property businesses. For example, professional photographers can use it to manage licensing rights to their creations and even to enable royalty payments.
What role can blockchain technology play in records management ?
There are several. First, you can register records on a blockchain to prove their authenticity. Think of certifying legal documents, financial statements, applications, and so on. Blockchain technology is also valuable in compliance use cases. You can register audit-trail documentation for proof of process—who did what, when and for how long.
Where are you seeing the adoption of blockchain for records-keeping?
The public sector is really at the forefront here. State legislatures across the U.S. are updating their records laws so that public documents and data recorded via blockchain technology are legally valid. The state of Delaware, for example, allows corporations to maintain articles of incorporation and shareholder lists on a blockchain. And many states, including Illinois and Maine, have passed laws that mandate studies to explore the practical use of blockchains in government record-keeping.


"This is the most obvious benefit. Because blockchain transactions don't require intermediaries, processes can be made more efficient and less expensive."

A. Raheem
There's no need for auditors or legal professionals to validate the authenticity of information, so those costs come out of the process.
The costs of the gas transactions (used to reward the network miners that validate the transactions) is very unexpressive/transaction/register.

"Fewer people means faster turnaround."

V. Hoffman
Transactions that might take days waiting for multiple sign-offs can be concluded in seconds.
And you can also automate tasks using smart contracts to speed up your business.

"Handoff points are a prime vulnerability, and blockchain effectively eliminates them."

A. Boncales
The fewer participants there are in a transaction, less risk there is that something could go wrong.

"Any digital asset can use blockchain, including difficult-to-protect items like multimedia and email records."

I. Rivero
Companies in the intellectual property space – such as law firms and stock photo agencies – can consider using blockchain to offer new services that benefit both buyers and content creators.
Through our block explorer, all registers are traceable and auditable.

"Blockchain provides the best experience in keeping public data safe and imutable.""

T. Compan
The banks hope the move will unleash a gusher of innovation around new products and services based upon this technology.
Blockchain is likely to get a boost from the recent move by a group of more than 70 of the world's largest financial institutions to make their co-developed blockchain platform freely available under an open source license.

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From critical business information to geological samples and original recordings of treasured artists, Blockchain protect what you value most.

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