press release.San Marino, December 5, 2022 — RBB Lab, a technology development company based in the Republic of San Marino, has filed a court subpoena in a lawsuit against former company collaborators Alberto De Luigi and Andreas Kohl using NFT (Non-Fungible Token) technology. has been issued. The company Sequentia AG is founded in Liechtenstein.
This is the first time that NFTs are used to issue court documents in Italy. This technique has several advantages over traditional means. It’s cheaper, faster, and allows courts to issue subpoenas to anonymous suspects with just their wallet address.
in this case, Summon Offered both by traditional methods and by NFTs sent to wallets owned by defendants.
The subpoena relates to case number 37371/2022 of the Milan Court.
Quattordicesima, Tribunale Delle Imprese Specializzata Impresa “A” Civile.
RBB Lab is working with Florence-based law firm Annetta Rossi e Associati to develop a suite of tools for the legal department using technologies such as blockchain and machine learning. This is the first example of the suite’s functionality.
“As a technology company, we want to push barriers in all things. This is an example of how technology can facilitate and improve systems that have been slow to adapt. It’s about finding opportunities to use it to improve our lives.Unfortunately, the legal system is full of inefficiencies that can do a lot.” – Enrico RubboliCEO of RBB Labs.
Enrico Rubboli is CEO of RRB Lab and founder of Mintlayer. He has his 17 years of experience in software development. His resume includes stints at Bitfinex/Tether, Digital Science/his Macmillan Science and Education in London, his TUI Group in Italy and his ELC Technology in the US.
RBB Labs is certified as a high-tech enterprise. Innovation in San MarinoThe company specializes in software engineering, blockchain solutions and UI/UX design.
Enrico Ruboli, CEO
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