Lithuania made some progress in the digitalization of services during the past decade. The IT sector’s improvements have a prohibited satisfaction with achieved progress, but omitting the merging of new technologies, Lithuania is now facing the complex challenges to uptake with new, recently developed technologies as fast as possible.Contact us
Learn more about the goods that EBSI is offering you and your organization! The trainings consist of three parts that took part in 2021-2022:
• Training for public sector – November 16th
• Training for IT specialists – January 18th
• Concluding conference – February 8th
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The European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI) network of distributed nodes spread across Europe that will use blockchain technology to offer cross-border public services. Blockchain technology is a general-purpose technology that will eventually improve the way individuals, governments, and corporations interact with one another.
The main objective of the European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI) is to use blockchain to build cross-border services for public administrations and their ecosystems to validate the information and make services trustworthy.
EBSI has been developing a network of distributed blockchain nodes across Europe since 2020, enabling applications focused on certain use-cases. EBSI is the first EU-wide blockchain infrastructure led by the public sector and fully compliant with European principles and rules.
EBSI ecosystem could contribute to Lithuania's strategic goals of creating an innovational society and economic affairs in discussions and stakeholders and examining how existing public and commercial services can be enriched by digital innovation. For example, a citizen would be able to connect to public service (non-Lithuanian) systems using the responsible Lithuanian authorities (e.g. the population register) approved by a secure self-identifier (self-sovereign identification) in his cryptographic repository (wallet). Such a repository can store a driver's license, university diplomas, and much more, letting stakeholders digitize their sentences.
What is in this for Lithuania's Public Authorities and businesses?
For starters, we are looking for an institution, which would take part in this project. We promise to help and guide you throughout the whole process. How are we going to help? We will write you a roadmap for testing, give recommendations for further developments and give you a chance to test your pilot cross-border.
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Lithuania’s participation in the Single Digital Market offers an opportunity to join EBSI – just the DLT node set-up is needed. On the other hand, the DLT node set up in Lithuania will also affect the Single Digital Market as an additional EU channel for data exchange or tracing.
A sufficient number of EBSI nodes across the EU may lead to greater standardization in use-cases: the current and to be proposed, and this may lead to better accessibility & simplicity in end-use – for citizens, businesses, or public authorities.
DLT node integrated with EBSI will enable interoperability among bodies in EU member state and Lithuania to provide trusted, secure, reliable share with information – incoming & outcoming documents’ flows, tracing and monitoring EU wide without intervening into work of the institution of other countries.