Imagine you own a house that appears to be subsiding. You are not the only one because you live in one of the most 'sinking' municipalities of the Netherlands. How does this affect the value and marketability of your home? How does this affect [...]


ING Hackaton

The ING Hackathon held at ING on May 28, 2018 with a team from ING, Xurux, ANVA, EersteStap, and Topicus had the goal to bring the techniques of the above mentioned parties together and apply them to the bank's processes. In one day, a [...]


Oasebos (“Oasis forest”)

With the help of donors and participants, Oasebos buys threatened jungle that houses rare species of flora or fauna. They do this in places where nature can protected cheap and sustainable. Afterwards, they are made into permanent reservation in collaboration with local authorities and [...]


Building administration

The Land Registry has the legal task of managing registrations and providing information. Important examples of this are the registrations of real estate, topography, ships, and aircraft. In addition to information about its own registrations, the Land Registry also provides information from other parties' [...]


Electronic Securities

Citizens of the Netherlands must physically go to the town hall for every application or request they make to their municipality. There they get verified documents, often provided with a stamp as proof of authenticity. This is not always the most practical way. Xurux [...]


Zip Code Smart Fund

Since its existence, Xurux figured that it is good to gain experience and learn about blockchain technology by doing and applying. The reason for the ZIp Code Smart Fund was that we wanted to make an insurance policy. To show how this might be [...]


SBIR Data Landscape

Xurux is investigating the feasibility of LOGDAT, a system that logs consultations, additions, and changes in data that concern citizens and businesses on the blockchain. It concerns the data that is managed by government agencies. Citizens and companies can, by means of a, to [...]