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Legal status of cryptoassets, distributed ledger technology and smart contracts Consultation on what needs clarifying

United Kingdom - May 29 2019 The LawTech Delivery Panel’s UK Jurisdiction Taskforce (UKJT) has launched a public consultation to help shape its work on the status of cryptoassets...

Mark Taylor, Catherine Hammon.

Will blockchain drive the evolution of cognitive supply chains?

United Kingdom - May 13 2019 Cognitive supply chains could help solve some of the challenges facing traditional supply chains: lack of transparency and uniformity; inability...

Law Commission hits pause on smart contracts project, making way for LawTech Delivery Panel

United Kingdom, European Union - April 1 2019 The Law Society's LawTech Delivery Panel will be taking the lead role in investigating the role and regulation of smart contracts under English Law...

Mark Taylor, Catherine Hammon.

Why blockchain matters to your business Insights into the growth of private blockchains

United Kingdom - March 15 2019 It doesn’t take much effort to find headlines reporting either hype or scare stories in the world of blockchain. It is much rarer to see reports of...

Mark Taylor, Catherine Hammon, Tom Try.

Blockchain and GDPR: beyond the right to be forgotten

France - November 26 2018 In September 2018, the French data protection authority (CNIL) issued a report considering Blockchain technology from a personal data protection...

Mark Taylor, Tom Try, Xavier Pican, Océane Gillet.