Keeping ‘permanent’ records on a blockchain: Korean peace declaration has been recorded on the Ethereum blockchain.

Source: Evening Standard

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Lawyer | IP&IT&Blockchain Law| PhD Candidate in Law & Computer Science| Self-taught Coder | LL.B. (Galatasaray) - LL.M. (LSE) - M.A. (Ankara) - MJur (Oxon)

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