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How can the UK legal system keep up with the rise of crypto, blockchain and NFTs?

By Puja Sharma

January 21, 2022

  • AI
  • Blockchain
  • Cryptocurrency
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The Lord Chief Justice is considering plans to create a new institute of legal innovation that would identify gaps in the law caused by technological advancements, such as crypto assets and AI, and promote greater use of English law in global business contracts. Kate Gee, counsel and crypto-asset specialist at boutique disputes firm Signature Litigation, […]

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