The blockchain paradigm in civil law systems

Art. 8-ter Legislative Decree 14 December 2018, n. 135 (containing “Urgent provisions on support and simplification for businesses and the public administration”) converted with amendments by Law 11 February 2019, n. 12, in providing the legal definition of “technologies based on distributed registers” invests the aforementioned technologies with a crucial role: that of the electronic #validation of the IT document, as well as the registration, #validation, updating and archiving of the data stored therein.
The issue was addressed during the Conference “Digital relations and notarial activities: the problems involved and the emerging solutions”, held last November 29 at the headquarters of the #ConsiglioNotarile in Rome, during which the role played by the notary in the #digitalinnovation.
Professor Alberto Gambino, director of the MASTER IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, also took part in the study day. LAW AND ETHICS OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES of
European University of Rome, who presented a report entitled “The paradigm of the blockchain in civil law systems”.