Indian state uses blockchain to improve registration of new properties
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September 14, 20223 min read529 words
Published: September 14, 2022  |  3 min read529 words
Maharashtra, India’s second-most populous state, is  distributed ledgers to revamp documentation of land property in the region. The government’s decision to use  was borne out of the desire to improve trust amongst industry participants and reduce incidents o...
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