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South Korea To Allow Blockchain Certificate Use In Public, Private Sectors

21:18 Monday , June 29th 2020
The South Korean government will allow the use of blockchain-powered public certificates beginning in December this year.
Per Hanguk Ilbo and UPI News, Seoul says that it will make amendments to the nation's existing Electronic Signatures Law that will allow for citizens and companies to make use of blockchain-powered certificates – allowing businesses to use these certificates in their dealings.
Existing laws allow for some public institutions to make limited use of blockchain-powered certificates, but the new rules will expand their use in the public sector, and will also open them to the private sector.
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