A blockchain represents a data structure in which the authenticity and integrity of the data sets (e.g. transactions) stored in it are secured with the aid of cryptographic methods, and which can be stored decentrally via a peer-to-peer (P2P) network. This allows, for example, a distributed ledger or a distributed register to be implemented.
|Blockchain-based eVoting||City of Zug|
|Blockchain-based eID||City of Zug and canton of Schaffhausen|
|Electronic processing and archiving of official documents based on blockchain||Canton of Geneva|
|Value added tax and blockchain/distributed ledger technology||FDF|
|An environmentally friendly private blockchain for digital confidence in Switzerland||Canton of Jura|