What Blockchain can do for NGOs or development cooperation.

Annewies Kuipers
Annewies Kuipers
Innovation facilitator
Posted in: Making Data Count
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The Spindle and PwC Blockchain Experience Lab organised a couple of inspiration sessions on Blockchain with interesting business cases. At the moment there is no follow-up planned. If you’re interested to know more about Blockchain or want to know which organisations are working with this technology, please contact Annewies.

Blockchain’s potential uses extend far beyond digital currencies.

About Blockchain

Many people know it as the technology behind Bitcoin, but blockchain’s potential uses extend far beyond digital currencies. What can Blockchain mean for NGOs or development cooperation?

How can it help fight fraude, corruption, centralization? How can it support elections, property rights, democracy, security, civic power, identity questions etc.? The Spindle organised inspiration sessions with the PwC Blockchain Experience Lab.

Team members

Annewies Kuipers
Annewies Kuipers
The Spindle
Geen Foto
Krista Koeleman
Suzan Huppes
The Spindle

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Internationally Networked NGOs

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Working group on Data Informed Decision Making

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Collaborative economy

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