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.
Crypto Lawyers Gone Wild
When the stakes are high, there’s little room for error.
Feb 19, 2019 / 16min read. Read More
If that was the case then crypto teams wouldn’t need to pay $500K in legal fees to launch tokens.
Immunity from governmental oversight might be an aspiration for many crypto teams, but the decision to tap into established legal forms…
Feb 15, 2019 / 0min read. Read More
Zamfir v. Szabo on Governance & Law
The CryptoLaw debate is heating up; here’s what you need to know.
Feb 04, 2019 / 8min read. Read More
Crypto’s Founding Fallacy
How mistakes in the “smart contract” genesis block weaken the whole chain.
Jan 31, 2019 / 26min read. Read More
CleanApp’s Response to Buterin re: Law & Physics
The CryptoLaw debate is heating up. That’s a very good sign for crypto.
Jan 27, 2019 / 4min read. Read More
Against Szabo’s Law, For A New Crypto Legal System
Earlier this week (on Sunday night, in fact), I came across a definition and understanding of ``legal systems” that has really cleared up…
Jan 26, 2019 / 17min read. Read More
Paxos and Gemini: the dangers of unbundled blockchain banking, and the end of the ‘trustless’ dream
The New York Department of Financial Services (‘NYDFS’) announced on 8 September 2018 that it had approved the launch of two…
Jan 14, 2019 / 13min read. Read More
Ummmm … hate to break it to you, but CryptoLovers should not have used legacy legal concepts (and…
On this point, the question for CryptoLovers is whether they want agencies like the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to…
Dec 12, 2018 / 1min read. Read More
The Wood-Zamfir Governance Debates
Two of the sharpest minds in crypto disagree on what it means to agree. Or do they?
Nov 28, 2018 / 28min read. Read More