Luxembourg’s ministry of digitalisation; the Luxembourg Institute for Science and Technology (LIST); the University of Luxembourg’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT); and Infrachain asbl make up the four heavyweights developing the in the grand duchy.
Ebsilux comes after the 2018 creation of the European Blockchain Partnership, involving all EU member states and the European Commission, helping unleash the potential of blockchain-based services for the good of society and the economy.
According to Ebsilux’s site, the ultimate goal is to build cross-border blockchain-based services that will allow public administrations and their ecosystems to verify information and build trust in their services.
It is hoped that the final network will ensure improved access to trans-European services.
The minister delegate for digitalisation, Marc Hansen (DP), is expected to speak further on the subject on 14 July.