All About Blockchain - Top 10 Blockchain Reads in 2016


For your interest, here is a recap of the most popular posts in 2016 on Blockchain matters, all aspects. An emerging hot topic with myriad implications, as reflected by this list:

  1. Can Blockchain Live Up to the Hype? - by Martin Bartlam at DLA Piper
  2. Your Next IPO Could Be on the Blockchain - by Joseph Guagliardo at Pepper Hamilton
  3. Blockchain Basics: A Primer... - by Craig deRidderJames GrosserMarco Santori at Pillsbury
  4. CFTC Considers Blockchain Technology - by Jonas Robison and Nik Mathews at Orrick
  5. Perspective: The Accenture Blockchain Patent - by Dror Futter for JD Supra Perspectives
  6. DTCC Explores Blockchain Technology - by Stephen M. Quinlivan at Stinson Leonard Street
  7. Cryptocurrency: A Primer - by Alan AveryVivian Maese, and Benjamin Naftalis at Latham & Watkins
  8. International Regulators Take An Interest In Crypto-Currencies & The Blockchain: Regulation Is On Its Way - by Chris Finney at Cooley
  9. North Carolina Clarifies Digital Currency Amidst Growing Interest in Blockchain Technology - by Erin Jane Illman at Bradley
  10. Copyright’s “Double Spend” Problem: Digital First Sales - by Lance Koonce at Davis Wright Tremaine

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