Distributed Ledger Technologies, particularly Blockchain, show promise for Public Administrations looking for better ways to manage and protect information to deliver better services to the citizens. They offer an enticing path towards more efficient operations, more responsive service, and enhanced data security, solving the concerns related to trust, transparency, and privacy, promoting decentralization and governance dynamics where citizens self-manage themselves.

The ultimate goal of the TOKEN Project is to develop an experimental ecosystem to enable the adoption of Distributed Ledger Technologies and to prove its value, via highly replicable Use Cases, as a driver for the transformation of public services towards an open and collaborative government model approach.

Token’s Developer Platform offers a developer-friendly set of plug-and-play services and free/open-source components that can be usable by any blockchain. These components and services, such as Blockchain Notarization, Decentralized Identity, Decentralized Storage, and Messaging and Event Streaming, help to test, create, and build decentralized and distributed solutions that can help to improve the efficiency, transparency, trustworthiness, and privacy of the services provided by public administrations.

The Token experimental ecosystem puts people in control of their personal data, giving them the ability to decide how it is shared. To know more about the Token Platform, join the community spaces and register for a virtual experience with our experts.


On October 7th, the TOKEN Platform is officially launched. It is a unique opportunity to get the lowdown on its major services. Don’t miss it, and secure your slots for this free event now.

Until then, discover the TOKEN Platform and discuss the technical aspects of adopting blockchain in public services in the TOKEN Community.