Blockchains for Social Good Finalists Day - Brussels Feb 10

The interactive event features discussions among the 23 finalists as well as an engaged audience, plus poster presentations of the different applications.

Twenty-three finalists selected out of the 178 applications received for the EIC Prize “Blockchains for Social Good” will present and discuss their ideas with other innovators. The event brings together Blockchain innovators, experts and curious minds from across the globe to explore how Blockchain can support social good in a variety of application areas such as:

  • traceability and fair trade
  • public transparency
  • decentralised platforms and circular economy
  • managing public records
  • financial inclusion
  • health
  • quality content
  • aid and philanthropy
  • energy

In a five-minute pitch, each of the 23 finalists gets the opportunity to present their social good solutions, business model and interface. Finalists present their key concepts to an engaged audience which should gain a better understanding of the project as well as get excited about its application.

The general public and external participants will have ample opportunity to comment and ask questions.


February 10, 2020 all-day


Joint Research Centre | European Commission
Rue du Champ de Mars 21
1050 Ixelles