The state of India''s Firozabad district has announced the formation of a new complaint forum, which will allow locals to file complaints with the law enforcement in an unchangeable format. All details submitted on the blockchain network cannot be altered or altered, ensuring that all details are correct in the proceedings. Polygon meanwhile, is a green blockchain developed by a group of Indian cryptopreneurs including Sandeep Nailwal and Anurag Arjun.
The UP Police''s official Twitter handle highlighted how blockchain might increase case registrations and the investigative process.
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As per Polygon''s co-founder, Indian police''''s move to blockchain networks might stoke the nation''s criminal system and result in more victims retaliation.
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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 concerned areas to which the grievances prevail. A system, after a grievance is registered, receives a unique token number and auto-generates acknowledgement via SMS and email. After a revamp, there is a smooth process of grievance filing and quicker settlement.
While the Indian government is exerting caution against normalizing the trade and use of cryptocurrency assets, the country is all in for exploring the multi-use implications of the blockchain technology.
Industry insiders had noted that the healthcare and logistics industries in India might benefit greatly if they harnessed the potential of blockchain in an interview with Gadgets 360 back in September.
According to earlier this month, reports said the Maharashtra revenue administration may soon transfer all of 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), organised a student''s council election using blockchain technology, making it a first of its kind process.
Not only India, but other nations are also using blockchain to maintain a standard in their government records.
In Brazil, the government unveiled a special blockchain network that aims to combat corruption in public expenses by tracking them efficiently.