In the blockchain to register their marriage, including same-sex

Date:

2018-06-13 13:30:09

Views:

34

Rating:

1Like 0Dislike

Share:

In the blockchain to register their marriage, including same-sex

Variants of the blockchain there are tons. Don't cease to verify this. Now with the help of technology you can even marry. You just need to enter the site .

How does the registration of marriage on the blockchain

At the heart of the Marriage service Unblocked is the Ethereum blockchain. Before marriage you need to make an offer. To do this, send the link to your beloved. With this you need to be careful. If you accidentally send to the wrong person, and you can marry anyone?

After getting a reference to the second half fills each of the marriage vows. Both vows and your Union, are recorded in the block chain. This means that information about your marriage is fixed forever, and no one can remove. To terminate such a marriage is also impossible. Service for divorce on the blockchain.

How to register a same-sex marriage on the blockchain

The Service was created by Swedish fashion brand Bjorn Borg. Marketing Director of this company, Jonas Lindberg Nyvang draws attention to the fact that Marriage Unblocked allows you to decentralize the power over the marriage. The picture on the website clearly gives to understand that the service is suitable for same-sex marriage, which is banned in 87% of countries.

The First couple that registered their marriage in buccane become Sybil and Alexander from Switzerland. The service they can call each other wives. Despite this, nothing prevents you to register and heterosexual marriage. Moreover, it is a great way for the current generation of lovers of digital innovation. The gift will provide a digital certificate.

Recommended

The abduction of cryptomelane. A gang of

The abduction of cryptomelane. A gang of "Bikers Bronx" appeared before the court

In February a few men on the developer of the cryptocurrency PRIZM Yuri Mayorov. The criminals beat programmer and stole his bag with personal belongings, documents, phone, laptop and 20 thousand dollars. resident of the USA were not so lucky. Ameri...

CEO Robinhood: cryptocurrency has a great future

CEO Robinhood: cryptocurrency has a great future

Platform for investment in Robinhood end of March, $ 350 million and has become one of the largest crypto companies in the United States. The head of a startup Bigu butt said that digital money has a great future, but in the short term rates will onl...

Japanese police have arrested 16 people for hidden mining Monero

Japanese police have arrested 16 people for hidden mining Monero

on Friday, the Japanese police in search of three men who installed it on your website script for covert mining on the basis of Coinhive. Five days later the authorities reported the arrest of 16 people — all of them suspected of installing malicious...

Comments (0)

This article has no comment, be the first!

Add comment

Related News

Blockchain launched EOS, but what's wrong with his work?

Blockchain launched EOS, but what's wrong with his work?

Technically started a few days ago. If it works, mainnet? No. This is the explanation that tried to give . It's all in the tokens created through the ICO from the Block.one. They are blocked until that moment, until the network wi...

Study: 94 out of 100 in the blockchain startups use the Ethereum network

Study: 94 out of 100 in the blockchain startups use the Ethereum network

In January NASA on the development of the service on the Ethereum blockchain, which allows to calculate the trajectory of the satellite motion and to avoid collisions with space debris. The organization has invested in the project...

Hackers stole $ 20 million from inconsiderate users of the network Ethereum

Hackers stole $ 20 million from inconsiderate users of the network Ethereum

Users of the wallet geth suffered from hackers who managed to steal a air at the equivalent of $ 20 million over the past few months. The conspirators were disclosed by accident. It is reported . the the Hackers used a vulnerabili...