Integra Ledger is an enterprise blockchain designed specifically for the world’s legal industry. It integrates with existing legal software to improve data integrity, security, interoperability, and productivity.

 

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Blockchain Information Governance

Blockchain Information Governance (BIG) holds the promise of binding information governance rules and features into the documents themselves, reducing the complexity, cost, and risk of enterprise IG. The Integra Ledger blockchain is used to authenticate the IG rules and features for each document, with any of the documents’ contents being transmitted outside of the enterprise. 

E-Signature technology varies from country to country. No one company owns or controls the specification, and many cloud-based applications exist to help companies and law firms to manage e-signatures and the documents that are e-signed. Benefits of having E-Signature on blockchain include immutable audit trail for e-signatures, private key infrastructure via the blockchain itself (important for identity and trust), and potential cost reductions of 75-95% over various cloud-based e-signature services.

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What is the Integra Ledger?

Integra Ledger is an enterprise blockchain designed to improve data integrity, data security, interoperability, and productivity in the world’s legal industry. It is developed using the open source Hyperledger Fabric blockchain. Specifically, it can be used to confirm authenticity of contracts, confirm contract status, improve security and privacy of documents and contracts, improve data interchange between corporate legal departments and law firms, and add functionality to existing software systems.

Hashed Data

Private messages, documents, agreements, and other data are not stored on the blockchain. Rather, a cryptographic hash of the information is stored on the blockchain to confirm existence and uniqueness.

FOREIGN KEY AS A SERVICE

The Integra Ledger FKaaS (Foreign Key as a Serve) is a foundational application that allows organizations to add a blockchain based foreign key to any row of any database table, thus creating an immutable, unique, external identifier for the data without revealing the data itself.
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SMART CONTRACTS

Integra Ledger natively supports smart contracts and will serve as a platform for the development of legally compliant smart contracts throughout the legal industry ecosystem.

VERITAS NODES

Selected major law firms, companies, and universities can elect to host full “Veritas Nodes” of Integra Ledger. These nodes contain every entry in the permissioned blockchain and serve to ensure the integrity and redundancy of the distributed ledger

GLOBAL LEGAL BLOCKCHAIN CONSORTIUM

Integra was the founding member of the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium (GLBC). It organizes and aligns global legal industry stakeholders  to enhance the security, privacy, productivity, and interoperability of blockchain technology. More than 230 organizations are involved with the GLBC in creating these standards and governance. Several of them are collaborating and creating blockchain-based solutions using the Integra Ledger.

How Blockchain Works

At its core, a blockchain is a database (“ledger”) that records digital transactions. The ledger is duplicated and synchronized across all computers (“nodes”) in the network. For a transaction to take place on the ledger, the nodes must come to a consensus and verify the transaction. Because all of these transactions are encrypted, digitally signed, and cannot be altered, the distributed nature of blockchain technology creates intrinsic trust in the network and removes the need for social trust in intermediaries and central authorities.

Organizations Using The Integra Ledger

Incorporating blockchain technology into NetDocuments’ governance platform enables sensitive and transactional documents to be verified by posting to a digital ledger, validating document details such as canonization, approval, status, filing and other relevant document information. -ArtificalLawyer Peter Buck

VP Product Strategy at NetDocuments

We want to make sure our customers are using the best product possible that supports their business and the growing demands of their clients. If a technology like blockchain can advance our product and this industry as a whole, it’s something we need to explore. -ServeManager Trent Caryle

CTO of ServeManager

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