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Smart Contracts And The Limits Of Computerized Commerce, Eric D. Chason Jan 2020

Smart Contracts And The Limits Of Computerized Commerce, Eric D. Chason

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Smart contracts and cryptocurrencies have sparked considerable interest among legal scholars in recent years, and a growing body of scholarship focuses on whether smart contracts and cryptocurrencies can sidestep law and regulation altogether. Bitcoin is famously decentralized, without any central actor controlling the system. Its users remain largely anonymous, using alphanumeric addresses instead of legal names. Ethereum shares these traits and also supports smart contracts that can automate the transfer of the Ethereum cryptocurrency (known as ether). Ethereum also supports specialized "tokens" that can be tied to the ownership of assets, goods, and services that exist completely outside of the …


Carrying A Good Joke Too Far, Peter A. Alces, Jason M. Hopkins Jan 2008

Carrying A Good Joke Too Far, Peter A. Alces, Jason M. Hopkins

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U.C.C. § 2-713: Anticipatory Repudiation And The Measurement Of An Aggrieved Buyer's Damages Dec 1977

U.C.C. § 2-713: Anticipatory Repudiation And The Measurement Of An Aggrieved Buyer's Damages

William & Mary Law Review

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