Senate Cryptocurrency Hearing Strikes a Cautiously Optimistic Tone (via TechCrunch)

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


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)

Our SCOTUS Crowdsourcing Paper Featured in Augur Development Update

Excited that our paper was highlighted on the Augur Weekly Development Update – It is about #SCOTUS as a use case but the formalization is in the general form – with implications for  #Crypto  #Oracles  #Crowdsourcing

Mike and I are pretty hot on Augur, Ethereum and their potential applications across a wide set of use cases – so we are happy to see this recognition of our work.

Blockchain, Cryptocurrency + Law Course – ( Professor Nelson Rosario + Professor Daniel Martin Katz )


Next semester – I am looking forward to teaching Blockchain, Cryptocurrency + Law with CK alum 
Nelson Rosario – there is real demand for this class among our students – the class was full before registration was even complete — we have 50 students taking the class and had to turn away a number of students … #LegalTech #Blockchain #LegalInnovation #Hashtag