Seoul digital currency citizens get rewarded!

Seoul digital currency citizens get rewarded!
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The mayor of Seoul will launch its first blockchain-based urban management service in November, according to a report by Blockinpress, a Korean language magazine.

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The mayor of Seoul will launch its first blockchain-based urban management service in November, according to a report by Blockinpress, a Korean language magazine.


Details, goals and timetable The plan was discussed at a conference held last month with municipal officials and private sector representatives. The meeting helped revive the original idea of   the plan, which had been out of the spotlight since it was first introduced last year.

The meeting identified three key priorities for completion by November. The Blockchain Scoring System will be introduced to all, and Seoul citizens will receive S-coins in exchange for using the city public services.

Citizens of Seoul will be able to reap the rewards they have been given by criticizing these privileges. Paying taxes and participating in city public polls are services that citizens will receive coins from.

Seoul's scoring system will be merged with Zeropay, a government-backed QR-code network launched last December. The network will allow customers to buy their products and services using their mobile phones, and at the same time will not charge retailers.



In addition to S-coin, launching a blockchain service to deliver and record paperless quality assessment is also on the to-do list by November. The service will enable the Blockchain Citizens Card of Blockchain to allow them to digitally authenticate for public services.

Seoul also plans to launch and implement its part-time workers' rights program by the end of the year. This blockchain-based system will allow part-time and temporary employees to sign simple contracts with their employers.

In addition, employees will be able to have a timetable and history of their activities with the service. The service will also help them enroll in four major social insurance plans.

The purpose of the service is to improve trust and relationships between small companies and their part-time employees.

Other programs mentioned but not on the list to be completed by the end of the year include smart public health systems, charitable donations management and online document verification.

Although these blockchain services are controlled by the municipality, they will be managed and managed by the private sector.

Seoul has long been in talks to implement Blockchain strategy. Park Mayor Wonsoon pledged to implement China's best-in-class blockchain strategies in his campaign, and the Seoul Blockchain City Promotion Plan was also announced last October.

At the time of launching the project, four Block Management Projects in Blockchain were proposed to be completed by year 2, with a total allocation of Won $ 127 billion ($ 105 million) and allocated.

Of course, no tangible progress has been made in the project since then, and the July conference was the first tangible sign of activity.



Source: cointelegraph

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