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Experience cross-borders services with EBSI. The first public sector blockchain services in Europe

By the European Commission and the European Blockchain Partnership

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Introducing EBSI

The European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI) was born in 2018 when 29 countries (all EU members states, Norway and Liechtenstein) and the EU Commission have joined forces to create the European Blockchain Partnership (EBP).

EBP’s vision is to leverage blockchain to create cross-border services for public administrations, businesses, citizens and their ecosystems to verify information and make services trustworthy.

Discover and understand EBSI by having a look at our website and visit the FAQ’s.

What is EBSI?

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Discover everything about EBSI’s ecosystem.

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Build your own services using the technical documentation.

EBSI Architecture

Since 2018, the European Commission (EC) and the European Blockchain Partnership (EBP) have been building the European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI). The EBP and the EC develop and deploy EBSI through a network of distributed nodes across Europe to support cross-border applications such as ”track and trace”, “verifiable credentials”, “trusted data exchange” and IP management across multiple domains.
So far, the EBP has selected use cases in different domains such as SMEs Financing, Document Traceability, Self-sovereign Identity, Social Security, Diploma, Asylum Process Management and Trusted Data Sharing.

Explore the What is EBSI page and learn more about EBSI’s network, infrastructure and capabilities.

What is EBSI?

What you can do with EBSI

EBSI’s capabilities are categorised in different families: Verifiable Credentials, Trusted Data Exchange and Track and Trace. Each family is divided in subdomains that you can discover below.

Digital wallets

Wallets are applications that let you interact with the EBSI ecosystem. It is a tool to let you manage your account and all your documents on the network. With your EBSI conformant wallet, you are able to store, verify and share information across Europe.

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In the spotlight

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Self-Sovereign technologies are a part of Europe’s Digital Transformation - Find out how EBSI is doing it through three key principles.

Get inspired with our 6 success stories

In July 2021, the “Early Adopters”, 2 European universities alliances and 11 universities from 11 countries joined their forces to create the so-called “multi-University pilot” during which they identified, designed and delivered 6 cross-border scenarios, together.


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