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Geospatial Blockchain Applications for Land Administration in Pakistan

Geospatial Blockchain Applications for Land Administration in Pakistan
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Author(s): Munir Ahmad (Survey of Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan)
Copyright: 2024
Pages: 27
Source title: Frameworks for Blockchain Standards, Tools, Testbeds, and Platforms
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Yanamandra Ramakrishna (School of Business, Skyline University College, Sharjah, UAE)and Priyameet Kaur Keer (Department of Management Studies, New Horizon College of Engineering, India)
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-0405-1.ch007


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In an era characterized by rapid technological progress, the persistent challenges of land administration are on the verge of a groundbreaking transformation through the adoption of blockchain technology. Originating with the advent of Bitcoin in 2008, blockchain has emerged as a beacon of hope, promising transparency, trust, immutability, and security in recording transactions. This innovative technology holds immense potential to revolutionize the landscape of land administration in Pakistan, a nation burdened by antiquated paper-based systems, corruption, land disputes, and inefficiencies. Embracing blockchain can offer Pakistan the prospect of an era marked by improved governance, diminished fraud, streamlined record-keeping, and equitable access to vital land information. Nonetheless, the path forward is strewn with challenges, necessitating the establishment of robust legal frameworks, capacity-building initiatives, and the resolution of privacy concerns.

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