Blockchain and the Law (4/12)

Most books on blockchain focus on how it works or what it does, and that makes it very difficult to distill what it means to us as a society and how it differs from other technologies. What I like about this book is that it explores some of the details that affect the law and other fundamental building blocks of our society. This book clarifies why blockchain is not just another gee-whiz new technology, but something that will create fundamental change.

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