The formation of a new complaint forum on the Polygon blockchain will be difficult to alter or modify, which will ensure consistency in all facts regarding the investigations. Polygon, meanwhile, is a green blockchain developed by a group of Indian cryptopreneurs including Sandeep Nailwal and Anurag Arjun.
The UP Police official Twitter handle described IPS Ashish Tiwari''s video message. It clarifies how blockchain can improve case registrations and probes that follow.
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Indian police''s move to blockchain networks, according to Polygon''s co-founder, might stifle corruption in the country''s criminal system, resulting in increased justice.
Police Complaints on @0xPolygon''s blockchain are very touching to me. Several of these instances involve some corruption in a local police facility, where victims (mostly of rapes) aren''t even permitted to file a complaint or1/2 https://t.co/k9gRMD6r08
In a blog post, the Firozabad Police explained how this police complaint on blockchain would work.
Grievances may be lodged at any location and will land in affected areas to which the grievances prevail. The system, after a grievance is filed, generates a unique token number and auto-generated acknowledgement via SMS and email. After a reorganization, the grievance process is a breeze.
While Indian government is exercising prudence against normalizing the trade and use of crypto assets, the country is all in to investigate the multi-use issues of blockchain technology.
Industry insiders observed in an interview with Gadgets 360 back in September that the healthcare and logistics sectors of India might benefit greatly if they harnessed the potential of blockchain.
According to reports earlier this month, the Maharashtra income department might soon transfer all its paper and server stored records to a blockchain of choice.
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Two months ago, students of the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT-M), organized a student''s council election using blockchain technology, making it a first of its kind process.
Not just India, but other countries are leveraging blockchain to maintain level of uniformity in their government accounts.
Brazil''s government debuted a special blockchain network aimed at reducing corruption in public expenditure by effectively monitoring them.