And to that end, the Democracy Network, as already mentioned, is working on the most fundamental layer, which is decentralized identity. We want to ensure that while we have a pretty good digital signature system, we want to enact its interoperability in law. So, we have already submitted an amendment to the support of all three parties in the legislature. It’s expected to pass soon. That says, you know, we don’t previously, 20 years ago, in our current Digital Signature Act, it requires an international treaty, a bilateral agreement for the certificate authorities to recognize each other.

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