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Blockchain & crypto: A legal view

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In 2018, Bitcoin prices plummeted but blockchain applications developed rapidly. Governments have stepped up enforcement actions against ICOs and crypto-exchanges. Those same governments, however, and the private sector have confidently embraced the underlying blockchain technology for a host of applications – from identity management to supply chains and financial markets. Why do cryptocurrency actors face a myriad of law suits? And why do companies and governments increasingly rely on blockchain nevertheless? Privacy (EU GDPR ) and money laundering are just some of the legal risks facing blockchain and crypto-token providers. Blockchain developers are slowly attempting to design solutions to improve legal compliance, some more successful than others.

This talk is part of the Darwin College Humanities and Social Sciences Seminars series.

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