Several Chinese courts also adopted blockchain technology to secure the properties using electronic seals.
The People’s Court Executive Bureau in the Haidian district, Beijing. Reportedly deployed an electronic blockchain seal to secure property in Chaoyang district.
E-sealing system applies to blockchain for property protection
By implementing blockchain-powered e-sealing, courts can use video surveillance to track real-time properties, local news agency Global Times reported July 5.
In particular, if the property is disrupted or harmed, the blockchain device switches to monitoring mode automatically. And sends smartphone warning alerts to complainants and law enforcement staff. The system is also able to take a photo of the perpetrator. And send it to the relevant platform, the report says.
The use of blockchain technology apparently is intended to keep all data recorded and unmodified by the parties involved. Law enforcement personnel may use the website to review the past of sealed property operations and conduct property details queries.
Blockchain property e-sealing is used for the first time by the Beijing court
This progress, as originally stated by the local court-related website Chinacourt.org. Marks the first time the Beijing court has used an electronic seal for assets. However, several other courts in the Jiangsu Province of East China, the Hunan Province of South China. And the Jiangxi Province of East China has also recently reportedly announced the use of electronic seals based on blockchain.
Previously stated that more than 3.1 million Chinese litigation activities were resolved in Q2 of 2019. Through so-called blockchain and AI “smart Internet courts”. According to Zhang Wen, president of the Beijing Internet Court, the introduction of blockchain technology helps to gather. And provide evidence in cases and facilitates the growth of social legitimacy in the region.