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JusticeChain: Using Blockchain ⛓️ to Protect 🇵🇹 Justice Data

JusticeChain ⛓️ was one of our contributions to the 🇵🇹 (Portuguese) government.

This work focus on the auditability of information systems at the public administration. On such systems, end-users perform actions that leave digital traces. Such traces are recorded and stored in log files (or audit logs), which are analyzed when needed.

JusticeChain proposes using blockchain technology to make the storage of access logs more resilient while supporting such a multi-stakeholder scenario, in which…




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Rafael Belchior

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R&D Engineer at Blockdaemon. Opinions and articles are my own and do not necessarily reflect the view of my employer.

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