Why Reputation Systems are Needed for the Evolution of Decentralized Commerce

Smart contracts allow anonymous parties to engage in decentralized commerce by providing automated contracting that self-executes and self-regulates according to mathematical strictures. Smart contracts are evolving quickly. Their evolution enables most business logic to be included in smart contracts over time. Example A simple example involving smart property may help illustrate the uses of smart […]

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Conference Announcement: “Blockchain and the Crypto Economy”

Hosting conference @UST Law in downtown Minneapolis, March 28th on “Blockchain and the Crypto Economy”. Topics, among others: #Crypto #Evolution, #Crypto #Economy, #Blockchain #Innovation in #Law, Reputation Verification as #Crypto #Law.  All are welcome. https://lnkd.in/eu4BxYB https://lnkd.in/e36SG3K Tentative Program: JLPP Spring 2018 Symposium – Version 2

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Wulf Kaal @ ConsenSys Panel – World Economic Forum – Davos Switzerland 2018.

Discussing Sustainable Solutions for Crypto Evolution via Verified Domain Specific Reputation in Anonymous Decentralized and Autonomous Systems.

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Panels @World Economic Forum 2018, Davos, Switzerland

Spoke on 3 panels @world economic forum 2018 in Davos, Switzerland. Here is the quick summary: WEF18 Panel discussing the need for verified domain specific reputation in #cryptoand the www.reputeplatform.com with @Aron Dutta VAPHR #vaphr and @Kamran Khan #infratechcapital @ World Economic Forum discussing why decentralized autonomous reputation verification is needed in the #crypto #economy to ensure an evolutionary structure can support infrastructure. Panel on […]

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Initial Coin Offerings – Emerging Practices, Risk Factors, and Red Flags

Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) are the most efficient means of financing entrepreneurial initiatives in the history of capital formation. ICOs minimizing transaction cost, democratizing finance, and in the process dis-intermediate banks. Yet, ICOs have increasingly involved cases of abuse, lacking quality, and governance concerns, precipitating calls for increased regulation. This article provides an overview of the ICO market as it exists in November 2017 including the  ICO process, roadmap, market conditions, crypto economics for ICO startups, core risk factors for investors and red flags of ICO practices that require industry or regulatory improvements. 

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