Are you looking for a job and would like to adapt your application to different vacancies? Or maybe you are training and want to manage and verify effectively your certificates?

Are you a company, public administration or HR consulting in the process of recruitment? Do you want to count on decision support mechanisms to make the best decision?

Are you a researcher, academic or technologist interested in the application of blockchain, gamification, semantic technologies, data analytics and machine learning techniques?

If the answer is yes, then QualiChain is for you! QualiChain is a research and innovation project aiming to solve these needs. Learn more…



Supporting Lifelong Learning with Blockchain Technology

Blockchain technology provides a decentralised peer-to-peer infrastructure, supporting openness, transparency, accountability, identity management and trust. As such, the Blockchain has the potential to revolutionise education in a number of ways. Blockchain technology offers opportunities to thoroughly rethink how we find educational content and training services online, how we register and pay for them, as well […]


QualiChain at the ALT Summer Summit 2020

The first virtual Summer Summit of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) took place on August 26-27, 2020. The event was a great success, with over 300 participants joining from 25 countries. The event’s theme was exploring Learning Technology in a time of crisis, care and complexity. Participants explored the themes of crisis, care and […]


QualiChain presented to the W3C Credentials Group

On July 13th 2020, QualiChain was presented to the W3C Credentials Community Group by representatives from the Open University. John Domingue, Allan Third, Alexander Mikroyannidis, Niaz Chowdhury and Mano Ramachandran joined a conference call between all members of the W3C group and presented their latest work on Verifiable Credentials and Blockchains. In particular, Alexander Mikroyannidis […]

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What are Blockchains?

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Blockchain: Hope or Hype?

A Blockchain-based Decentralised University

Blockchains, Fact and Fiction: a Legal Perspective

A Blockchain-based COVID-19 Digital Immunity Passport

Decentralised Qualifications for Lifelong Learning


Siassiakos, K., Ilioudi, S., Tsaktsira, E., Mitsiou, V. and Nanouris D. (2020) Utilization of Blockchain Technology in Greek Public Administration, Advances in Management & Applied Economics, Vol. 10, No. 4, 223-237.

Mikroyannidis, A., Third, A. and Domingue, J. (2020) A case study on the decentralisation of lifelong learning using blockchain technology, Journal of Interactive Media in Education (JIME).

Mulang, I. O., Singh, K., Vyas, A., Shekarpour, S., Vidal, M. E. and Auer, S. (2020) Encoding Knowledge Graph Entity Aliases in Attentive Neural Network for Wikidata Entity Linking, 21st International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering (WISE 2020), Leiden, Netherlands.

Ferreira, J. F., Cruz, P., Durieux, T. and Abreu, R. (2020) SmartBugs: A Framework to Analyze Solidity Smart Contracts, 35th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering, Tool Demo Track (ASE 2020).

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D3.2-QualiChain Baseline Services Foundations, Version II

This deliverable provides a complete stable version of the Baseline Services developed in WP3. It includes software architecture details, source code and documentation of implementation and testing.

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D4.2-QualiChain Value Adding Services Foundations, Version II

This deliverable provides the 2nd version of the value-added services developed in WP4. It includes final specification, architecture of the algorithms methodologies and mechanisms ready to be used in engines' development.

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D2.4-Updated QualiChain Requirements and Implications’ Assessment Framework

This deliverable updates the findings of the first round of WP2 deliverables, based on the QualiChain pilots’ feedback and a quick SotA-oriented desk research update.

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