Riverside County tests blockchain for vital records

Riverside County, Calif., is testing a proof-of-concept that uses blockchain to securely share digital official and vital records.

Currently, the county’s process is paper-based: Someone requests the record and the Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder Office makes a physical copy that it delivers either via mail or in person to customers who come into the office.

For the past six months, the office has worked with Infosys Public Services on a solution that would allow for a fully digital process. Through the web, customers can select the records they need, authenticate themselves, pay for the copies and digitally receive them within minutes through a government portal.

Read more County tests blockchain for vital records -- GCN