The Thai courts authority has announced the development of a blockchain-based platform for storing court documents. The system will be launched in 2021.
The Thai courts authority, which controls 91% of Thai courts, said it was “actively developing” a blockchain-based platform. There are few details about the project and it is not clear whether the government is developing the platform in collaboration with the private sector or not.
According to the press release, the internal network should be used for storing court documents and other court data. According to the Office, the launch of the system will take place next year and now the government is preparing to launch training on working with the platform for employees of the judicial system.
Note that several Chinese courts have already moved some of the data to the blockchain. Last spring, it was reported that China’s Internet courts use blockchain and AI to make decisions, and this year, Chinese courts began using blockchain to seal real estate.