IPR and Blockchain Technology

  • Shatakshi Singh
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  • Shatakshi Singh

    Student at IMS Unison University, Dehradun, India.

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As novel technologies emerge, the law secures its ownership as an Intellectual Property (IP) resource. At the same time, the law must be flexible enough to accommodate these changes in order to gain further power. People are becoming more cognizant of their creative rights as a result of the rise in significance of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). As emerging innovations arise and threats to intellectual property rights increase, the sector is seeing an increase in the demand for technologies to design effective safeguards for intellectual property rights. IP asset administration is as much of a headache as enforcing the rights to intellectual property. Present technology and a new look at current digital work are required to reinforce the entire IP regime. The system of Blockchain has emerged as a useful tool in maintaining various aspects of a business including storing of different data. Also, due to the increasing use of Blockchain technology in Bitcoin, people throughout the world are curious about the technology's prospective applications. Its advantages over competing technologies include a decentralised networking, secure information, and accountability.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 2, Page 692 - 699

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.112885

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