The provider launched in the Perm Krai decentralized platform transparent queueing for housing and improving housing conditions.

The international blockchain company Bitfury together with IT-companies “Trajectory time” and the group of companies “IVS” launched Russia’s first blockchain-based platform for the management of queues for housing and improving housing conditions. The system was put into operation in the Perm region, and this spring, the waiting list will receive the first certificate for payment.

According to the provider of technologies based on the blockchain, the blockchain implementation of the system of housing benefit and responsible services before the entry of the waiting list was conducted in text files, spreadsheets and ad hoc systems, and sync this data was difficult; Exonum information is stored on a single platform, which greatly facilitates the routine work for the staff of social welfare agencies.

“The most inspiring aspects of our solution: data transparency and the possibility of checking the correctness of changes to the lineup in real time by the citizens”, said Roman Gatiatulin, Director of “Trajectory time”.

“Creating a distributed registry enables you to provide interested citizens direct access to information about the status of queues which are responsible experts of the authorities, and ensure the authenticity and immutability of the data. Moreover, advanced persons can carry out an independent audit of the data and participate in verification of correctness of changes in the state queues. This is a fundamentally new level of transparency of our work”, said the Ministry of social development in Perm region.

“Even if the fraudster gets most of the nodes in the system, any changes in Bitfury Exonum will be recorded and visible. This software environment helps businesses and state agencies secure and easy to implement ideas and solutions on the blockchain”, said Dmitry Ufaev, head Bitfury in Russia.

“Every change in the queue is checked on different nodes of a distributed network independently from each other. If the change leads to contradictory consequences or does not meet regulations, such a change will not occur. It is important that such nodes can be raised not only public authorities, but also ordinary citizens. Thus, everyone can connect to a real working system of the distributed registry, to track changes in the queue and check their accuracy,” said Artem Kruglov, Deputy Director of the Department of information systems, business development at GK IVS.

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