In General

The European Blockchain Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) is looking for novel blockchain solutions for the European Blockchain Service Infrastructure, whose objective is to deliver EU-wide cross-border public services using blockchain technology with the highest standards of security and privacy.

This public infrastructure should meet requirements of scalability and throughput, interoperability, security, robustness, reduced environmental footprint, energy efficiency and continuity of the service. The aim is to lead the deployment of solutions within the next 3 years.

The European Commission invites all interested market parties to participate in an open market consultation. This is a huge opportunity to give your feedback and get involved in the co-creation process of EU-wide blockchain solutions. If you are interested do not hesitate to join the webinar on 14 January 2020 at 3pm (CET). Registrations are open until 12/01/2020.

There will also be an online questionnaire open from 16/01/2020 to 02/03/2020; and an Open Market Consultation Event on the 11/03/2020 in Brussels.

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Businesses and customs procedures

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