Oleksii Konashevych has a Ph.D. degree in law, science, and technology and is the CEO of the Australian Institute for Digital Transformation. In his academic research, he presented a concept of a new generation of property registries that are based on a blockchain. He presented an idea of title tokens and supported it with technical protocols for smart laws and digital authorities to enable full-featured legal governance of digitized property rights. He also developed a cross-chain protocol that enables the use of multiple ledgers for a blockchain estate registry, which he presented to the Australian Senate in 2021.
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Discussing cross-blockchain protocol that enables the use of ledgers in an interoperable bundle.
Title Token for Blockchain Estate Registry, Part 3
Focusing on title tokens, a theory of smart laws, digital authorities and how to protect the system from digital dictatorship.
Title Token for Blockchain Estate Registry, Part 2
Discussing the reasons for why we need a blockchain estate registry and the constraints of the technology.
Title Token for Blockchain Estate Registry, Part 1