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Issues to be Considered in Launching an Offering Involving Digital Instruments Based upon the Use of Blockchain

Read the full article here, authored by Richard A. Friedman and Andrea Cataneo. An excerpt: “When considering an offering of digital instruments that involves the use of blockchain technology, whether in the form of tokens, coins or otherwise, there are a number of issues that need to be considered. Much   has been written and said … Continue Reading

How Blockchain Can Impact Healthcare

Blockchain technology is finding its way into every industry. Healthcare is no exception. According to a recent report by Deloitte, “blockchain technology has the potential to transform health care, placing the patient at the center of the health care ecosystem and increasing the security, privacy, and interoperability of health data.” Some of the proposed applications … Continue Reading

10 Things to Know About Blockchain for the Transportation Industry

Read the full article here. An excerpt: “According to a recent article proponents of blockchain technology have identified a wide variety of potential applications that would benefit the providers and commercial users of transportation and logistics services, such as: Foiling Imposter Carriers. Shippers sometimes fall victim to schemes whereby a fraudster masquerades as a legitimate … Continue Reading

Patent Strategies for Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Technology

Cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology are rapidly emerging as disruptive technologies. As has happened with many new technologies, particularly disruptive ones, a patent arms race is occurring. The number of patents being filed for these technologies is rapidly increasing. The number of published applications shows roughly a tenfold increase over the number of issued patents. Despite … Continue Reading

The “Blockchain Amendments” to the Delaware General Corporation Law

Two amendments have been proposed to the Delaware General Corporation Law (the “DGCL”) to permit corporate record keeping utilizing blockchain databases (the “Blockchain Amendments”). Specifically, “stock ledger” is to be defined in Section 219 of the DGCL to include ledgers “administered by or on behalf of the corporation,” in order to permit a record keeping … Continue Reading
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