Integra Ledger is the blockchain for law – a global utility providing a new foundation for security, integrity, and interoperability of the global legal industry, based on blockchain technology.
At the heart of Integra Ledger is a new concept of universal, blockchain-based identities for legal information – matters, documents, clients, contracts, etc. These identities can be used by existing software, preserving legacy investments of law firms and clients.
The foundational object in the Integra Ledger permissioned blockchain is a Ledger Matter (“LMat”), which is a digital object that records the existence of a unique legal issue or legal matter.
Private and Sovereign Identity
The identity of individuals and entities is fully protected on Integra Ledger. Personal information is sovereign to the user and is not stored by Integra.
Private messages, documents, agreements, and other data are not stored on the blockchain. Rather, a reference to the information is stored on the blockchain to confirm existence and uniqueness.
Integra Ledger natively supports smart contracts and will serve as a platform for the development of legally
compliant smart contracts throughout the legal industry ecosystem.
Selected major law firms, companies, and universities can elect to host full “Veritas Nodes” of Integra Ledger. These nodes contain every entry in the permissioned blockchain and serve to ensure the integrity and
redundancy of the distributed ledger.
Open Source Ecosystem
While access to Integra Ledger is by permission, the Integra Ledger blockchain is open source to facilitate the development of new applications that leverage the common ecosystem and standard approach to privacy,
security, and interoperability.
Integra empowers trust in the legal technology ecosystem
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