It was a full house for the Block Legal Tech Conference at Illinois Tech – Chicago Kent College of Law. Thanks to our speakers, sponsors and delegates!
“Monax announced that eleven organizations are partnering with the Agreements Network (AN) which turns ‘legal processes into products’. The network enables people to create legally compliant agreements from templates with a few clicks.
The project deserves attention because of the involvement of Monax which is known for contributing the code to Hyperledger Burrow.
The AN announced it’s working with law firms BakerHostetler, LegalBono and ErdosIP. Additionally, tech firm partners include Clause, Crowdcube, LexPredict, Libra, Mattereum, Monax, Rymedi, TransparentNode and Wolfram Blockchain Labs.”
24 days Until – Block ( Legal ) Tech Conference – Some of the best minds in Blockchain and Law will gather at Illinois Tech – Chicago Kent College of Law on August 9, 2018. BlockLegalTech.com
CONFIRMED Speakers Include —
Ken Blanco | Director @ FinCEN
Kevin Batteh | Delta Strategy Group
Preston Byrne | Monax
Jess Cheng | International Monetary Fund
Drew Hinkes | Athena Blockchain & NYU Stern School of Business
Peter Hunn | The Accord Project & Clause.io
Daniel Katz | The Law Lab @ Illinois Tech – Chicago-Kent Law
Amy Kim | Chamber of Digital Commerce
Joshua Klayman | Klayman LLC
Tony Lai | Legal.io + Stanford CodeX
Jennifer O’Rourke | Attest, Inc.
Stephen Palley | Anderson Kill
Matt Roszak | Bloq
John Roth | Bittrex
Colleen Sullivan | CMT Digital Holdings LLC & Sullivan Wolf Kailus LLC
Angela Walch | Centre for Blockchain Tech – Univ. College London
And thanks to our sponsors !
Tickets are FREE but registration is required — – http://blocklegaltech.com/
#BlockChain #CryptoInfrastructure #FinTech #LegalTech #ICO
The migration from analog to digital to computational contracts is the future arc for the entire field …. (most contracts are barely even digital today) … click here to link to post
Jennifer O’Rourke from Illinois Department of Commerce and Illinois #Blockchain Initiative (@IL_Blockchain) joined us in our Blockchain Law Class this week to provide her perspective on a variety of topics from digital identity to the role of government in blockchain related innovation. Above is a slidedeck similar to the version that she presented in our class.
Meanwhile Goldman suggests it all might be going to zero or better stated “most cryptocurrencies will ultimately fall to zero as current iterations are ‘too primitive’ to be viable in the long term.” There is merit to the Goldman view – I would say the question to focus upon is what is actually going to persist here -for us the key is probably helping incumbents learn how to incorporate crypto tech into their respective business models.
Blockchain, Crypto Infrastructure and the Transaction Cost View of Economic History — This is a course module available on BlockchainLawClass.com (check back for more over the coming weeks)