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Thailand judicial system is planning a major transition to Blockchain

Thailand’s judicial system is gearing up for a major blockchain upgrade.

The office of the Court of Justice, which oversees more than 90% of the courts of Thailand, said it plans to turn court records and other judicial information into a distributed ledger by 2021.

Thailand’s largest judicial body claims that it is the first government agency in the world to transfer judicial records to a blockchain. As part of the initiative, the country’s judiciary is poised to train judicial officials on how to use the system. Officials of the Office will act as users and administrators of the platform.

The announcement was made as part of the “Thailand 4.0” policy to promote economic prosperity, people’s well-being, humanitarian values​​, and environmental protection.

The initiative is a broader effort to go digital and support the deployment of robotics, smart devices, biotechnology, and software upgrades across government. Thailand hopes to boost GDP and ensure the Eastern Economic Corridor (ECC) is a major hub for trade, investment, and transportation.

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