Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Blockchain and the Agenda 2030
(Danielle Mendes Thame Denny, PhD, and Roberto Ferreira Paulo, Communication, Faculdade Armando Álvares Penteado, São Paulo, Brazil, and others)
Chapter 2. Application of Blockchain Technology in the Field of E-Government Services
(JiaRui Zhang, Department of Computer Science and Technology, Hefei University, Hefei, Anhui, China)
Chapter 3. Can the Cybersecurity of Smart Buildings Be Improved Using Blockchain Technology?
(Ben van Lier, Centric, Gouda, Netherlands, Steinbeis University Berlin, Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Chapter 4. Influence of Blockchain Applications and Digitalization on Real Estate
(Jan Veuger, PhD, School of Finance and Accounting, School of Creative Technology and School of Governance, Law and Urban Development of the Saxion University of Applied Sciences Enschede, Netherlands)
Chapter 5. Blockchain: Technology Looking for a Problem in Real Estate?
(Jo Bronckers and Jan Veuger, PhD, School of Finance and Accounting, School of Creative Technology and School of Governance, Law and Urban Development of the Saxion University of Applied Sciences Enschede, Netherlands)
Chapter 6. Start up ‘Getabrick’ in Real Estate
(Wendel Hulsebos and Jan Veuger, PhD, School of Finance and Accounting, School of Creative Technology and School of Governance, Law and Urban Development of the Saxion University of Applied Sciences Enschede, Netherlands)
Chapter 7. Blockchain: An Efficiency Solution for Housing Associations?
(Michel Vonk, Department of the Built Environment and Industrial Engineering and Innovation, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands)
Chapter 8. Blockchain Applications in Support of the Energy Transition
(Mieke Oostra and Jelle Rijpma, Professor of Applied Urban Energy Transition, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, Utrecht, Netherlands, and others)
Chapter 9. Many Keys of Blockchain for Real Estate
(Esther Dekker, Max Property Group, Head Office Netherlands)
“This scientific monograph is composed of nine chapters, with over nine contributors, which together form a comprehensive insight into the issues that are perfectly reflected in the title, Blockchain, Technology and Applications.” READ MORE… – Associate Professor Bojan Grum, PhD, New University, European Law Faculty, Ljubljana, Slovenia
“Jan Veuger’s Blockchain Technology and Applications (2019) helps start the conversation of using blockchain for other practical applications beyond the initial financial services one back in 2008. This work combines a mix of vision and how the technologies might be most effectively set up. While the vibe is that of a brainstorm and a technology looking for possible problems-to-solve, such work may lead to some fit solution-problem fit at some point.” READ MORE… – Published in C2C Digital Magazine (Fall 2019 / Winter 2020). Reviewed by Shalin Hai-Jew, instructional designer, Kansas State University, USA
Keywords: Blockchain, Agenda 2030, Sustainable Development Goals, Global Governance, transaction validation, transaction consensus, block generation, block storage, data determine ownership, data traceability, data proof, smart contract, housing associations, tenant mutation process, disruption, real estate, trust, digitalization, applications, uniform, ID’s, GetaBrick, start up, investment, energy transition, urban planning, construction industry, keys, potential solutions.