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DLT4ALL is a project funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union that aims to make Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) and their applications understandable to everyone, especially in the context of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), investors, entrepreneurs, managers, and various business executives. 

    The main goal of the project is to raise awareness about the potential benefits that the adoption of these technologies can offer in terms of growth and innovation. Participants can access a plethora of free webinars that aim to equip people will the necessary skills and knowledge, broken down across 8 thematic priorities. 

    • Peer-to-peer database design; 
    • Encryption techniques; 
    • Consensus mechanisms; 
    • Smart contracts; 
    • Digital signatures; 
    • Property rights; 
    • Blockchain-based decentralised applications; 
    • Distributed autonomous organisations. 

    In addition, DLT4ALL will deliver a learning platform with related learning topics and supporting case studies, in order to show the use cases of blockchain and DLTs in different industries. The use cases focus on several domains relevant for blockchain and DLT, such as finance, governance and e-voting, healthcare or data, and the solutions successfully developed by businesses in these domains.

    Thanks to these initiatives and tools, DLT4ALL will train students, entrepreneurs and investors in blockchain and distributed ledger technologies in easily accessible language and formats. 

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    Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) not further defined
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    An online catalogue with digital skills resources, including use cases and webinars. 

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