The Seoul Metropolitan Government plans to establish its first blockchain-based administrative service system in November. At the meeting held last month, city officials and private sector representatives discussed the specific details of the administrative service and determined the timetable and goals. Before the November deadline, Seoul will launch a blockchain loyalty system, and Seoul residents will receive S-coin for public services. The public can use these points in exchange for rewards, which can be used to pay taxes and participate in opinion polls. The point system will be integrated with ZeroPay, the Seoul government that established the QR code enablement network last December. The "Seoul Citizen Card" will also strengthen the blockchain function so that the public can use the public service for digital certification.