In the current environment, where data is under constant threat, traditional backup solutions are not enough to guarantee data protection. Solutions using blockchain technology can provide indisputable data verification in any industry. Common use cases include property and medical records, chain-of-evidence for court documents, police video or security camera footage, intellectual property documents, long-term archiving that could be subject to IT audits, and consortium data storage, where multiple entities or individuals need to securely store and exchange massive amounts of data and information.
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After learning about the FriendUP project at the beginning of February, it was clear to me that the blockchain was evolving far faster than the rest of the world.
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Blockchain is making its way into the day-to-day legal practices of major law firms. And it’s not just a technology that law firms are learning about for client matters – blockchain could become integral to how modern legal practices will operate in the future.
How Blockchain Technology is Transforming the Legal Profession
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