Courts in China are rolling out blockchain-based electronic seals to protect property from being disturbed or damaged.
Several courts in China have implemented blockchain technology as a way to secure properties with an electronic seal.
The Executive Bureau of the People's Court in Haidian District, Beijing, has reportedly deployed a blockchain-based electronic seal to secure a property in Chaoyang district.
E-sealing system applies blockchain to protect the property
By applying blockchain-powered e-sealing, courts are able to securely monitor a property in real-time with help of video surveillance, local news agency the Global Times reported on July 5.
Specifically, if the property is disturbed or being damaged, the blockchain system automatically turns on a surveillance mode and sends mobile warning notifications to plaintiffs and law enforcement personnel.