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"Blockchain" applications are appearing in many industries
This may be the reason that the European Commission [EC] has announced a new
Challenge for 2019 called "Blockchains for Social Good"
The Prize for this challenge is 5 winners of Euro 1,000,000 each
The timetable to submit an application is
1 16 May 2018 - contest opens
2 02 Apr 2019 - deadline for registration of interest
3 03 Sep 2019 - deadline to submit applications
3. DEADLINES & ADMISSIBILITYDeadlines
Opening of the submission: 16 May 2018
Deadline for registration of interest 2 April 2019
Closing date for submission: 3 September 2019 at 17:00:00 CET 
Joint applications by a group of participants are admitted.
In this case, the participants must appoint a 'lead participant' to represent them towards the Commission.
The participants will be jointly responsible and must all fulfil and respect the conditions set out in
these Rules of Contest.
Applications must be submitted by the (lead) participant via the Participant Portal Submission Service.
Applications must be readable, accessible and printable.
Applications must include the links to the website or access details of the mobile app of the proposed
Incomplete applications may be considered inadmissible if essential elements are missing (see General
Annex B to the Main Work Programme).
The page-limit for your prize application (Part B) is: 30 pages.
Participants are invited to declare their intention to participate by registering their interest via the
email@example.com mailbox, by the above-mentioned deadline, indicating the title of their
application and a short abstract (max. 200 words).
Failing to declare this intention is, however, not a condition for exclusion.
Participants must clearly indicate in their application which of the areas indicated in Section 1 is
their main focus 
Sample application forms will be available on the Participant Portal Reference documents page.
2 Central European Time = Brussels local time.
3 The Commission may re-attribute, with the agreement of the concerned applicants, the submitted
solutions to a most suitable application area