CleanApp is pleased to announce the publication of Crypto Law Review, a peer-reviewed journal offering in-depth analysis and original research on big issues of CryptoLaw and global governance. We are publishing on Medium (@CleanApp), and we invite you to subscribe for our latest stories.
Here’s a slightly longer description of the Crypto Law Review:
Crypto Law Review is a peer-reviewed online journal pushing the bounds of our legal imaginaries, on-chain, off-chain, and against the chain. Founded in 2018 by a crew of globally-minded lawyers working at the intersections of BigLaw, BigTech, and LegalTech, our core mission is to continuously elevate the standard of legal discourse and lawyering within the crypto/DLT community. Aiming Crypto + Law + Theory towards emancipation. We’re looking for a few good #CryptoLawyers to serve as editors & contributors. If you’re a coder who wants to root deeper and deeper into law as core BIOS, please join us & follow us.
Token Taxonomy Frameworks
Blockchain’s full potential lies beyond “security v. utility”
May 20, 2019 / 16min read. Read More
Crypto State & Religion
Everyone knows crypto is tribal. Here’s a sketch of cryptos as churches.
May 10, 2019 / 2min read. Read More
Thank you for this great critique. A few stream-of-consciousness thoughts in response.
-Relevance to Today: the Soviet comparison is not just a historical/philosophical one. It has direct relevance to the postures, strategies…
May 04, 2019 / 2min read. Read More
Blockchain Governance 114: Sovereignty & Intervention
Does global blockchain governance necessarily mean “public” intervention into “private” legal relations — ?
Apr 28, 2019 / 13min read. Read More
Crypto Delisting Law & Policy
Crypto exchanges have the right to “delist” tokens & coins like BSV. But what’s the scope of those rights?
Apr 17, 2019 / 5min read. Read More
Genericide: Trademarking “Blockchain”
In this article, we discuss generic and merely descriptive marks , and how these 2 types of marks apply to “blockchain” and…
Apr 17, 2019 / 10min read. Read More
Anaïs Urlichs’ — (In)formal Blockchain Governance
On governance protocols and the importance of formalising (in)formal governance processes
Apr 11, 2019 / 11min read. Read More
Looking for the Soul in Satoshi’s work
Helping Crypto Law & Crypto Theology Come to Life
Mar 28, 2019 / 32min read. Read More
We the People: Can constitutions unify blockchain communities?
Why constitutions are the beginning and end for blockchain communities.
Mar 26, 2019 / 10min read. Read More