UAE regulator embraces blockchain to accelerate commercial judgments
A judicial authority established by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Federal Decree has taken on blockchain technology to save time and costs connected with the implementation of commercial decisions.
ADGM Courts, the powerholder that supports the financial regulator Abu Dhabi Global Markets (ADGM), has executed blockchain technology to assist with saving a huge time for the parties in the legal process. Commercial judgments imply surveying different financial risks and managing commercial issues in business.
Digitization through blockchain technology will permit parties and courts to immediately access commercial decisions — a move pointed toward facilitating judicial processes for global exchange and commerce.
Making sense of the new development, Linda Fitz-Alan, the registrar and CEO of ADGM Courts, featured that the company’s primary focus is to change judicial services with the help of technology. “Our focus has now turned to enforcement to respond to the pressing needs of the international business community and to drive practical change for the justice sector,” Fitz-Alan stated. Fitz-Alan also noted that presenting blockchain for commercial courts supports the company’s reputation as a leader in digitizing justice.
ADGM Courts is an autonomous power liable for settling civil and commercial disputes. The association upholds ADGM, the monetary regulator working in the capital city of Abu Dhabi.
In the meantime, a new crypto and blockchain association that expects to develop blockchain and crypto ecosystems in Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa was launched in the ADGM economic free zone. Dubbed the Middle East, Africa & Asia Crypto & Blockchain Association (MEAACBA), the non-profit company will assist with working with regulatory solutions, set out additional commercial opportunities, and put resources into education.
On October 5, a Chainalysis report featured how North Africa (MENA) & Middle East region is one of the quickest developing crypto markets internationally. The report shows that in a year, from July 2021 to June 2022, clients in the MENA locale got $566 billion worth of cryptocurrencies, a development of 48% compared to 2021.
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