The validity of the notarization varies from state to state.

In Italy, e.g., the Simplifications Decree 2018 converted into law with Law 11 February 2019, n. 12 introduces the regulatory definition of Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) and smart contracts. The decree specifies that storing a computer document through DLT distributed ledger technologies produces the legal effects of an electronic time stamp compliant with the 910/2014 eIDAS European Regulation.

iuScribo’s use of Blockchain, part of DLT (Distributed Ledger Technology), guarantees the legal validity of electronic time stamping (specific document date) and immutability.

The authentication of the Notarization and any other digital signatures to the notarized document is guaranteed through integration with the AgiD SPID system.

For a digital document notarized in Blockchain to have legal value, it must be archived through a certified substitute storage system supported by iuScribo.