Bavarian Government to Issue Blockchain-Based Training Certificates
Cointelegraph By Markus Kasanmascheff's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 80%
The Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Munich and Upper Bavaria, Germany, will issue its first blockchain-enabled training certificates next spring in cooperation with the Digital Ministry. In the future, employers will be able to determine whether the certificates are genuine with the help of an electronic key. According to a press release from Nov.
20 from the Minister of State for Digital Affairs, employers will use an electronic key to verify the authenticity of certificates using blockchain technology. Applicants will send a key together with a PDF file of their certification a company, which can verify the key on a website. Digital Minister of the Free State Bavaria Judith Gerlach said, "This offers a huge advantage for both applicants and companies.
The authenticity of certificates can be checked in just a few clicks. This is a kind of digital quality seal - Blockchain, Made in Bavaria." "The certificates are a first step for the concrete use of blockchain in administration and can theoretically be extended to any type of document, whether a certificate, deed or contract. We want to launch more practical applications soon." This September, the Swiss University of St.
Gallen partnered with Swiss blockchain startup BlockFactory and will use its certification solution to create immutable diplomas that are registered on the Ethereum blockchain.
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