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Blockchain As Digital Evidence in Court. The Power of Giants Ernst & Young and Microsoft
12 November 2018    |   3464
Damage from trade secrets theft is $600 billion, pirated software gets $225 billion in the US per year. Blockchain becomes an evidence for intellectual property protection in court
India: CSR As A One More Move for The Regulation
22 October 2018    |   4591
The Indian Supreme Court is delaying the decision on the turnover legality of virtual assets. Probably, the country lacks the normative framework, which could provide the basis for the legal position of the court.
India: Why RBI Is Wary of Crypto
03 October 2018    |   5229
The Supreme Court of India has not yet made a decision on the regulation of cryptocurrencies.
Diamond Tokens To Become The Motivation for The US Legislative Activity
13 September 2018    |   3854
The Court of New York equated virtual assets to securities. Thus, it finally transferred the crypto market under the jurisdiction of SEC but at the same time, it cleared the way to lobbyists
Blockchain as An Evidence: China Implements Legaltech in Court System
11 September 2018    |   4943
The legal tech revolution happened in China: the blockchain was voted a proof, and the Internet-court opened in Beijing. Should we expect robot-judges?
UK Police Made 18,8% Profit from Crypto Trading
21 August 2018    |   2543
Cryptocurrency has been adopted a means of security in the criminal court. In this case, law enforcers make little of regulators’ opinion
Great Britain: the presumption of guilt for crypto entrepreneurs
15 August 2018    |   4617
The British authorities define the digital currency as "a unique combination of figures obtained as a result of mathematical calculations." Such a vague concept opens up an extraordinary space for interpretations and manipulations. Is it a well-thought-out policy aimed at undervaluing the status of the cryptocurrency, or has the English justice simply turned out to be unprepared for the new digital economy?
5.000 Stores With Crypto Payments In Chili. India Is In The Queue?
10 August 2018    |   2599
Chile banks lost to crypto exchanges in court. In 3 months the number of selling points accepting virtual currencies has increased hundreds of times.
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