The Center for Applied Game Studies at Donau Universität Krems (Danube University Krems, a leading university in the field of adults postgraduate education) and Jelurida are currently discussing possible collaboration opportunities.
These will center around these four main topics:
- How to use Nxt/Ardor blockchain for setting up a self-maintaining ecosystem for competitive games (e-sports).
- Possible use cases for e-Government, especially public communications for town halls.
- How blockchain technology can help to validate and reward health-friendly behavior of citizens.
- Using Nxt/Ardor technology to provide a platform for social e-learning.
All of these topics will involve major players (public entities and industry). The projects will have a development spanning 2–3 years starting with a proof of concept phase.
Some preliminary unofficial announcement can be found in this blog post by Alexander Pfeiffer.
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