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Blockchain technology has the power to transform law firm data security, making virtual transactions and data management possible in never before seen ways. The state of Delaware has been on the forefront of this technology in law, as blockchain technology is used in Delaware for corporate records and other applications. On August 1, a new measure went into effect in the state that makes it explicitly legal for entities incorporated in the state to use blockchain for stock trading and record-keeping.
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