Blockchain Enabled Land Registry: Towards Improving Transparency, Accountability & Compliance

The current land registry system in Ontario lacks efficiency and transparency; and is susceptible to information quality problems due to lack of a uniform and integrated system to record and share real-time data about land property transactions across stakeholder organizations. To overcome such issues, many countries are turning to blockchain technology to enable land registration transactions. An end-to-end implementation of a blockchain enabled land registry platform has the potential to create a decentralized, transparent, and trustworthy system capable of tracking all events of significance related to a specific property. However, no such initiatives exist in Canada that explore the opportunities afforded by blockchain technology for land registry transactions. Our research aims to address this gap. The objective of this research is to utilize a proof-of-concept approach and develop a blockchain platform prototype that meets specific use-case requirements related to property events and transactions among business entities. TO BE CONT’D

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Umar Ruhi


Karim Sultan


Arrowhead Development




Information and communications technologies




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