ISSN (Online) : 2456 - 0774

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ISSN (Online) 2456 - 0774



Abstract:The blockchain is a distributed network that records digital transactions on apublicly accessible ledger. This paper explores whether blockchain technologyis a suitable platform for the preservation of digital signatures andpublic/private key pairs. Conventional infrastructures use digitalcertificates, issued by certification authorities, to declare theauthentication of key pairs and digital signatures. This paper suggests thatthe block chain’s hash functions offer a better strategy for signaturepreservation than digital certificates for Indian Jurisdiction System usingblockchain and Artificial Intelligence (AI). Compared to digital certificates,hashing provides better privacy and security. It is a form of authenticationthat does not require trust in a third party authority, and the distributednature of the blockchain network removes the problem of a single point offailure.

Keywords: Smart Contract, RSA, DSA, Hashing, Mining, Consensusalgorithm

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