“The blockchain is in the process of securing transactions and exchanges of personal data “

By Fabrice Croiseaux (general Manager of InTech), Pascal Agosti and Eric Caprioli (Lawyers), members of the working group “blockchain” of the Federation of trusted third party digital

Forum. It is a real paradigm shift and a 180 degree turn of our economy. Initially planned to manage exchanges of cryptomonnaie, the “blockchain” is becoming a memory and a security all transactions but also of contracts, votes or exchange of personal data. Suffice to say that it is also a societal shift and a revolution in digital practices.

Estonia has already done one of the pillars of its device copy of e-administration with 99 % of its public services available online. His level of experience has allowed him to be the first country to receive the prime minister to advise him on his goal of dematerialization of 100 % of administrative formalities by 2022 set by the president of the Republic.

France was one of the first States to want to develop a regulation on the blockchain. The legislator intervened on two occasions in 2016 on this technology, in the field of cash vouchers and in that of the titles. The recent ordinance n° 2017-1674 relating to the use of an electronic recording device shared for the representation and transmission of securities has been published in the official Journal of 9 December 2017.

The registration in the blockchain, therefore, can be a substitute, under certain conditions, that in the account title. But there is still a long way regulatory to browse while the european directive on the protection of personal data (GDPR) will come into effect on may 25, 2018, and that the institute Forrester predicts that 80% of businesses will not be compliant.

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