Blockchain 101 for the Non-Techie Lawyer

Pick apart the once obscure technology and you’ll find an innovation that stands to disrupt law as we know it.

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Pick apart the once obscure technology and you’ll find an innovation that stands to disrupt law as we know it.

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  • Philip Argy

    The problem is that the blockchains are becoming so big they take too long to process a transaction. Private closed group blockchains are more likely to develop than a single global blockchain. And people may come to appreciate that PKI remains a more robust technology if used to its full potential.

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