Class of Solution: Record Keeper

We discussed here the issue of data in times of a pandemic. However, this type of discussion applies in different areas of the market, in fact, it is valid for any person or organization that deals with records management. Today, as already known, we face several problems in relation to data records, such as data centralization, corruption, fraud, human errors.

Record Keeper is a type of blockchain-based solution that aims to make records immutable and potentially distributed and to combat fraud and facilitate audibility via traceability. Amazing, isn't it? Even more at that moment…

What does the solution provide?

Increases trust and security of records and streamlines processes, enabling cost savings.

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According to the problem involved, the solution can be designed in a permissioned or public ledger:

Public ledger means that anyone can join the network and read, write, or participate within the blockchain (e.g., Ethereum, Bitcoin) and that the data is shared equally with every participant. While, permissioned legder only selected participants can join the network (e.g., Hyperledger Fabric, R3’s Corda) and not all participants participate in all the transactions. Note that permissioned does not mean private, some of the public networks are public permissioned networks (e.g., Stellar, Sovrin).

Record Keeper External Cases


The challenge: In 2016, the Estonian government was looking for new and innovative ways to secure the health records for its 1.3 million residents.

The solution: The government started using blockchain as an additional layer of security to ensure the privacy and integrity of health records. A private digital ledger has been integrated into the ledger at the E-Health Foundation to record and track patient medical data. One of the goals is to have real-time awareness of the integrity of the stored data so that administrators could see any breaches and act immediately to limit the damage. Mostly though, it’s about barring would-be electronic intruders and keeping alterations from happening in the first place.

The result: Estonia, home to one of the world’s most e-savvy governments, has become the first country to dabble in using blockchain for healthcare on a national scale. In 2016, the Estonian E-Health Foundation launched a development project aimed at safeguarding patient health records using blockchain technology in archiving related activity logs.

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The challenge: Tea Tsulukiani, Georgia’s Minister of Justice, announced that the government’s development and intelligence agencies were investigating new ways to guarantee the protection of the Georgian citizen's properties,

The solution: In April 2016, the Georgian government and the Bitcoin company BitFury initiated a project to record land titles on the Blockchain.

The result: Georgia sees more than 100,000 property registration records on Blockchain since February 2017.

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Record Keeper Blockforce Cases


The challenge: The poor quality of data collected in hospitals, government agencies, and police departments is one of the reasons why the public and private policies about violence against women fail. This data just can’t fully contextualize the problem; therefore, this situation keeps perpetuating. How can we create an effective and reliable mechanism for the data collection on violence against women in Brazil and, from there, assist in planning public policies with greater assertiveness?

The solution: Gloria is an artificial intelligence platform, able to collect, analyze, and make data available to tackle and stop the violence against women and girls. Gloria also offers the abused woman an impartial and remote channel so that she can make complaints and become aware of the issue.

The result: Through the technological architecture designed by blockchain, Gloria guarantees the legitimacy and validation of the data collected and shared with the public authorities. Besides that, women have a trustful channel to report cases of violence.

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FGV-EAESP Centro de Sustentabilidade

The challenge: Stimulate certified clean energy stakeholders that the optimal way to solve trust issues and drive the model is through a transparent and changeless platform that truly guarantees the origin of clean energy and makes it marketable among participants.

The solution: Based on our DRSM pillar, we model a study, which investigates the uses of blockchain as a tool to help companies produce an inventory of greenhouse gas emissions in Brazil. The solution proposes a greenhouse gas tokenization and an architecture to the actors of the sector.

The result: Blockchain optimizes energy flow between organizations in the Brazilian GHG Protocol Program, once it provides: cost reduction, new business models, industry complexity management, data security, and consumer engagement.

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We believe in the blockchain power to create new collaborative realities as a key to accelerate the exponential positive transformations.