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)

Crowdsourcing SCOTUS Paper Presentation at University of Minnesota Law School

The next leg of our SCOTUS Crowdsourcing Tour takes us to Minneapolis – for talk at the University of Minnesota Law School.  Looking forward to it!

Crowdsourcing Accurately and Robustly Predicts Supreme Court Decisions – Professors Daniel Martin Katz, Michael Bommarito & Josh Blackman


Today Michael J Bommarito II and I were live in Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan Center for Political Studies to kickoff the tour for our #SCOTUS Crowd Prediction Paperhere is version 1.01 of the slide deck