ArticlesHow blockchain is changing land registration in different countries
In some countries, land registration is still rife with corruption and fraud, so governments and private companies are using blockchain registries to make the process more efficient and transparent.
When a land registration system is flawed, double-counting or illegal deregistration of land is common. This undermines trust in the state and slows the development of manufacturing, agriculture, and other commercial activities on that land.

Unlike ordinary objects, land cannot be sold just like that. A third party must always account for and verify the various transactions involved in the sale. But paper records have been insufficient for this purpose for a long time, and digital registries without additional technology are vulnerable to tampering. That's why states are using blockchain, an open public network.
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