While the path to the destination is not always simple, legal systems are becoming more comfortable with treating digital assets as property and “smart contracts” as legally enforceable. In this edition of his Blockchain Law column, Robert A. Schwinger discusses recent illustrative developments.

Robert A. Schwinger explores recent developments in this edition of his New York Law Journal Blockchain Law column.

Read the entire column, Blockchain law: Property and contract in the digital world.



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