These days it seems that everybody is considering getting into the distributed ledger technology business, causing the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and the securities plaintiffs’ bar to take notice. Over the past several years, the SEC has made certain public remarks about this new technology,
As part of our new feature section on Bitcoin, Blockchain and the Law, we present a selection of articles on the subject:
Justice Clarence Thomas loves bitcoin. He must.
Watchers of the court will scratch their heads having scoured opinions for even the vaguest references to cryptocurrency and come up empty.
But two cases from Texas and Thomas’s need to communicate his philosophy shed the light.
Bitcoin, Blockchain and the Law is Block Tribune’s platform for burgeoning legal scholars to express viewpoints on the shaping legal landscape around bitcoin and blockchain technology.
Authors are invited from graduate legal studies programs and licensed practitioners around the world to submit story concepts,