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- Smart contracts: will Fintech be the catalyst for the next global financial crisis?
- Why This is Interesting
- Chapter 3 (In)fallible Smart Legal Contracts
- Yong Ming KOW, PhD
This book analyses the new blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology DLT in term of its impact on law, contracts and the digital economy. It discusses global legislation in the blockchain and its implications. The analysis of contracts includes the Bitcoin system and the Bitcoin Blockchain. The book is written in an international and European perspective. It is characterised by a practical approach and addressed to lawyers who want to deepen their knowledge about legal aspects of new technologies such as the blockchain and other modern IT tools, but also to entrepreneurs, IT specialists, developers and IT managers in the implementation of DLT and block technologies.
Smart contracts: will Fintech be the catalyst for the next global financial crisis?
Blockchain pp Cite as. Taking a sober look at a new technology is the basis for its potentially successful use. We would therefore like to concentrate on the innovation of blockchain technology and consider the advantages that this technology offers us when compared to already existing solutions, such as the distributed database.
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Why This is Interesting
DigiCash My worldview draws heavily from scientific methods, including theoretical and personal applied science. Why were two technologies from two very different crafts traditions -- the mechanical clock and the sandglass -- invented at the same time and place? An architecture for usage control not mere access control for distributed objects interacting across trust boundaries. An analysis of the delegation or lack thereof of the power to make law from the legislative to the executive branch in the early United States, uncovering some distinctions and factors that may shed light on modern non-delegation cases, and introducing representation distance and the principle of least authority as constitutional doctrines. Here are the slides from that talk.
Nick Szabo is a computer scientist, legal scholar  and cryptographer known for his research in digital contracts and digital currency. He graduated from the University of Washington in with a degree in computer science  and received a law degree from George Washington University Law School. The phrase and concept of " smart contracts " was developed by Szabo with the goal of bringing what he calls the "highly evolved" practices of contract law and practice to the design of electronic commerce protocols between strangers on the Internet. Szabo influentially  argued that a minimum granularity of micropayments is set by mental transaction costs. In , Szabo designed a mechanism for a decentralized digital currency he called "bit gold". In a bit gold network, solved puzzles would be sent to the Byzantine fault-tolerant public registry and assigned to the public key of the solver. Each solution would become part of the next challenge, creating a growing chain of new property.
Authors retain copyright to their work published in First Monday. Please see the footer of each article for details. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer. Abstract Smart contracts combine protocols with user interfaces to formalize and secure relationships over computer networks. Objectives and principles for the design of these systems are derived from legal principles, economic theory, and theories of reliable and secure protocols. Similarities and differences between smart contracts and traditional business procedures based on written contracts, controls, and static forms are discussed. By using cryptographic and other security mechanisms, we can secure many algorithmically specifiable relationships from breach by principals, and from eavesdropping or malicious interference by third parties, up to considerations of time, user interface, and completeness of the algorithmic specification.
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This paper aims to examine the risks associated with smart contracts, a disruptive financial technology FinTech innovation, and assesses how in the future they could threaten the integrity of the global financial system. A qualitative approach is used to identify risk factors related to the use of new financial innovations, by examining how over-the-counter OTC derivatives contributed to the Global Financial Crisis GFC which occurred during and Extensive use of bilateral agreements, complexity and lack of standardization, lack of transparency, misuse and speed of contagion were factors that contributed to the GFC that could also become material concerns for smart contract technology as its adoption grows. These concerns, combined with other contextual factors, such as the risk of defects in smart contracts and cyberattacks, could lead to potential destabilization of the broader financial system. They also provide guidance for key stakeholders on proactive steps that can be taken with smart contract technology to avoid repeating the types of oversights that contributed to the GFC. This paper draws attention to the risks associated with the adoption of disruptive FinTech. It also suggests steps that regulators and other key stakeholders can take to help mitigate those risks.
For anyone who is interested in the future of information and networked society, I found this paper, written by a very early proponent of digital money, Nick Szabo, to be quite relevant. Szabo is most famous for his articles and blogs , which covered a wide range of subjects from history, economics, to cryptography—which may have influenced the development of Bitcoin. But to my delight, I have also found a First Monday paper written by Szabo on the rationales and approaches to digitizing paper contracts using cryptography, and social issues that we have yet to resolve.
Blockchain pp Cite as. Taking a sober look at a new technology is the basis for its potentially successful use. We would therefore like to concentrate on the innovation of blockchain technology and consider the advantages that this technology offers us when compared to already existing solutions, such as the distributed database. In this chapter we will look at the possibilities that have opened up due to blockchain technology and offer insights with the help of an example. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.
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A smart contract is a computer program or a transaction protocol which is intended to automatically execute, control or document legally relevant events and actions according to the terms of a contract or an agreement. Vending machines are mentioned as the oldest piece of technology equivalent to smart contract implementation. Since Ethereum, various cryptocurrencies support scripting languages which allow for more advanced smart contracts between untrusted parties. The latter refers to a traditional natural language legally-binding agreement which has certain terms expressed and implemented in machine-readable code. Smart contracts were first proposed in the early s by Nick Szabo , who coined the term, using it to refer to "a set of promises, specified in digital form, including protocols within which the parties perform on these promises". A smart contract does not necessarily constitute a valid binding agreement at law.
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