In the Netherlands, blockchain technology will be tested in the Land cadastre to record information about the rights of ownership and pledge of property as well as other data. According to the representative of this structure, it is expected that after a study of the use of technology it will introduce in the system within one to three years. In addition, the possibility of using the structure of the cadastre of artificial intelligence for making predictions based on available data.

We will remind that representatives of Niderlandov together with 22 other member countries of the EU signed the Declaration on the establishment of European partnerships in the field of application of the blockchain technology, aimed at cooperation on implementing blockchain applications on a Single digital EU market.

In October last year, the land Department of Dubai (DLD) became the world’s first government Agency passed on the blockchain technology. Shortly before the State land cadastre of Ukraine was transferred to the blockchain.