Blockchain Hustle Podcast

Episode 18: Blockchain in Public sector - Part 11 (Combating Corruption)

June 24, 2020

How to solve a problem like corruption?

Corruption is strongly associated with opaque, hidden transactions, distorting of documents and records. Blockchain provides transparency, and immutability. Corruption is associated with centralization and misuse of power - a strong link is observed between number of intermediaries and corruption. And Blockchain is all about decentralization. So, can blockchain help curb corruption and instill trust in public services? Possibly so. 

A look at how blockchain can potentially serve as a strong anti-corruption instrument - in this 11th episode of Blockchain in Public sector series.

Welcome to the Blockchain Hustle where I take a look at some interesting plays of how blockchain technology is opening up new business vistas across multiple industries. 


[00.17]    Introduction to this episode

[01.45]    Blockchain as an anti-corruption instrument

[02.27]    Corruption subjects

[02.57]    Registration of assets

[04.12]    Tracking of transactions

[06.01]    Identity management

[06.53]    Elections/Voting

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