Your views on blockchain technology and its use in land registry

INATBA and its Land Registry Sub-group are together assessing the state of understanding of blockchain technology by land registry officials in the European Union.

Your responses will help us understand your perceptions of blockchain adoption and its eventual implementation.

INATBA, a non-profit located in Brussels, Belgium was launched by the European Commission in 2019.  It brings together industry, startups, policymakers, international organizations, regulators, civil society and standard setting bodies to support blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT).

The survey objective is to gain an understanding of land registry officials blockchain technology awareness, to map and analyze blockchain use for land registry systems and to identify implementation challenges.

The results of this survey will be analyzed by INATBA and published in a summary report that will be made available to all survey participants.

Please note:

- All personal data will be stored securely and not shared with any third-party

- The results shared in the report will be anonymized

- 10 to 15 minutes are needed to complete the survey

IMPORTANT: Please fill this survey ONLY if you work with a land registry or cadastral office.

For more information on the Real Estate Working Group, please click this link.

Thank you!

John Dean Markunas
Chair of the Land Registry Sub Working Group/INATBA Real Estate Working Group

17% of survey complete.