Ok, so I will try to shape up my idea here.
There are different types of real case uses for what I am thinking.
I was thinking of a blockchain based database for legal paper work.
For example, contracts that need notarization could come on blockchain. Registries regarding associations could migrate from a centralised DB to a decentralised blockchain one. Judicial seals also. Apostilled documents signed by a person that did a KYC in one country via a blockchain ID validator, could be recognised in another country, that accepts the same tech, within minutes, not needing days to send papers abroad.
So a portal could be created, that one day might get some legitimacy from a wide recognised authority, like EU regulators.
And there are so very many real use cases.
In order to do that, there are 3 things to be created.
- some syscoin based KYC identity validator
- a portal with capabilities to store and secure documents being signed through the application
- an legal entity able to bridge tech to the forums able to impose this kind of tech - maybe NGOs
So, is anyone in for this kind of stuff . ?