Electronic Government as a Service

eGaaS is a new interstate blockchain platform that is specially designed to automate the government activities and is based on a single protocol/language of smart contracts

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Technologies Used

golang

Project Team

Oleg Strelenko
Entrepreneur Developer
Alexey Krivonogov
Developer
Yuriy Lomakin
Developer
Alexander Boldachev
Developer
Andrei Nechaev
Developer

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eGaaS is a new interstate blockchain platform that is specially designed to automate the government activities and is based on a single protocol/language of smart contracts. The protocol defines the rights to access the registries and the rights to change the smart contracts. Platform interfaces are stored in blockchain and also have access rights governed by smart contracts. The eGaaS network unites super nodes, which are the largest datacenters of countries. In general, it ensures: (1) sufficient performance of the platform, (2) high confidence in the data, (3) independence of governments from any center of influence, (4) coordinated interaction between the economic and financial agents on a global scale, (5) government control over the economic and financial flows using smart laws. Smart law is a special smart contract of the eGaaS platform, designed and signed by the national legislative bodies for the purpose of automatic regulation and control over transactions between legal entities, individuals and public registries. A set of smart laws was created for arranging general elections and voting in the legislative bodies as part of the hackathon. Simple test applications were also developed as part of the hackathon: elements of control over the financial system, currency exchange, real estate registry. All of them are available "out-of-box" from a catalog page of the platform apps. In this way, eGaaS technology brings the relationships between the political and economic agents to a fundamentally different level, which will allow to drastically reduce the transaction costs, significantly reduce the cost of the state machine, and eliminate the very possibility of corruption and criminal transactions, which will ensure savings of up to several trillion dollars per year.

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