China’s Nanjing Arbitration Commission Tests Blockchain Platform for Legal Disputes

The Nanjing Arbitration Committee is testing a new blockchain platform designed to store and process data for legal disputes.

The Nanjing Arbitration Committee is testing a new blockchain platform designed to store and process data for legal disputes. The organization officially announced this September 27.

China’s regional arbitration committees were established in 1995 with the passage of the Arbitration Law, and operate as independent non-profit organizations that offer services in arbitration, mediation, and other dispute resolution mechanisms as an alternative to litigation.

According to today’s announcement, the Nanjing Committee’s new platform:

“Makes extensive use of blockchain technology, and coexists with depository institutions, financial institutions, and arbitration institutions to deposit electronic data [and enable] real-time evidence preservation, electronic delivery, online trials and ruling.”

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