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Blockchains are best known for keeping track of who owns purely digital currencies like bitcoin, but government agencies and for-profit companies are increasingly exploring how the digital ledgers can be used to track ownership of something very tangible: real estate.
Currently in the United States, land records like deeds, oil-and-gas rights filings, and mortgage documents are housed in more than 3,000 county courthouses and city halls across the country. While some jurisdictions have made certain data searchable online, those digital files are often created through labor-intensive processes, like clerks scanning paper documents submitted by buyers, sellers, and their lawyers.
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