MLG PROJECTS

Medici Land Governance is helping individuals around the world connect with the global economy by using blockchain and other technologies to record rightful ownership of property while assisting governing agencies with records storage and administration.

Zambia

Zambia

Zambia

Working in collaboration with the city planning commission to conform to land titling standards and requirements, Medici Land Governance applied systematic land titling to produce 50,000 tiles for the Zambia Ministry of Land and Natural Resources. Medici Land Governance utilized machine learning to validate IDs and pre-vectorizing to identify land boundaries via high-resolution images to streamline and expedite the process of tilting. Enumerators for Medici Land Governance traveled to properties with proprietary technology on hand to complete applications and to collect signatures for official documentation and titling. In addition to collecting owner information, Medici Land Governance helped incorporate a modified fee schedule to make it easier for future title procurement.

Wyoming

Wyoming

Wyoming

Medici Land Governance is supporting Teton County with an immutable backup of land records on the blockchain. Following the initial upload of Teton County’s current records to the blockchain, all subsequent changes will be synced and added to the blockchain with a nightly recording of the new information. Teton County officials hold a private key that enables them to upload files to the blockchain, ensuring the security of the records and preventing tampering from external entities. Using the blockchain as a backup, Teton County provides a transparent view of records through a convenient web portal.

Rwanda

Rwanda

Rwanda

Rwanda’s government is incorporating blockchain and other technologies from Medici Land Governance into its existing system to facilitate simplified communication across government agencies and its citizens. MLG is providing a paperless land registration platform to improve how Rwandan citizens to interact with their land registry. The integrations between the government’s systems will share data enabling the Rwandan ministry to easily access and edit information.

Mexico

Mexico

Mexico

In Mexico, Medici Land Governance will launch a digital land administration system to support the maintenance and transaction of records with the land ministry. Using systematic land titling to accurately title and record ownership of properties, the government can focus its attention on developing high-priority areas for improvement and expansion.