China Court accepts blockchain registrations as evidence in case of suit | CryptoNews

China Court accepts blockchain registrations as evidence in case of suit | CryptoNews

The Court of Internet of the Court of Hangzhou, China, has recently ruled that the data stored in blockchain are admissible evidence to check the copyright and intellectual property of an individual, thanks to its immutability and other characteristics of this technology.

Katherine Wu, dedicated to the business development and creator of the event Talk Blockchain to Me (Talk to me of blockchain), was the one who spread the news describing it as a milestone in the legal history of blockchain. According to her, this fact could foresee future legitimations of the distributed accounting technology in the copyright sector, as well as the first public recognition of the Chinese authorities regarding the operation of blockchain and its scope at a legal level.

Through a series of tweets, Wu explained that the mentioned Court would have published a document, in which it is ensured that the information stored in blockchain can be accepted as evidence in cases of demand since The characteristics of these tools allow to verify data in a secure, immutable and verifiable way.

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