Chinese courts, specifically in Haidian district (Beijing), are implementing E-sealing, or electronic seals, based on Blockchain technology. With the intention, to optimize the security of the property and also to allow the video surveillance in real time.
In fact, this movement is intended to eradicate conventional paper seals, which are not tamper proof.
As an important fact, we have that the first time this electronic stamp was used in the Beijing court, was on July 3rd. Since, the Executive Bureau of the People’s Court, set a precedent by using a seal with Blockchain technology. Obviously, by securing property in Chaoyang district.
Similarly, several courts in eastern China’s Jiangsu province, southern China’s Hunan province and eastern China’s Jiangxi province have also announced the use of electronic seals. Most notably, they are based on Blockchain technology.
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Characteristics of electronic seals
By applying electronic sealing with Immediate Bitcoin, courts can securely monitor a property in real time. Especially with the help of security cameras.
In addition to this, the electronic seals with Blockchain technology, are unique. Indeed, they have a rectangular dimension, consisting of expansion and contraction slots internally. In fact, they are adjustable according to the size of the door.
The long awaited E-sealing. Source: Chinacourt.org Chinese blockchain technology
The long-awaited E-sealing. Source: Chinacourt.org
Also, an execution decision is attached to the right side of the stamp. For this reason, they inform the public about the current state of the property.
According to the announcement, once the electronic seal has been altered or damaged, a surveillance camera will be immediately turned on. As a result, it will continuously send warnings to the complainant’s mobile phones and to police personnel.
At the same time, the image of the intruder will be immediately sent to the relevant authorities. Equally important, the electronic seal will also emit a warning sound, informing the offender of the legal consequences of the unauthorized violation of the seal.