Estonia, the tiny European country, has become a technological powerhouse and is the headquarters for NATO’s Cyber Defense Centre. Estonia was also the first country to vote online (in 2005), and almost all Estonians can now file taxes online within minutes.
Now the Estonian government is heavily turning to blockchain technology to further advance its digital government services and provide citizens with greater control over their personal data. According to Former Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, “Estonia is now a blockchain nation.”
Source: Blockchain: Practical use cases for the privacy pro — Learning from Estonia