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Regulating Blockchain: Techno-Social and Legal Challenges Hardcover – 25 Jul 2019

ISBN-13: 978-0198842187 ISBN-10: 019884218X

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The book provides an excellent survey of the legal implications of blockchain, and of the legal challenges FinTech entrepreneurs are facing when they want to develop blockchain applications. It shows that blockchain clearly is not the answer to everything, but that it can make a difference in many aspects of FinTech and beyond. (Dr. Robert Kilian, General Counsel and Chief Representative, N26 Group)

Regulating Blockchain is an impressively rich and interdisciplinary collection of essays on all aspects of blockchain development, including cryptocurrencies and other forms of decentralized financial technology. Essential reading for anyone interested in the interaction of law and technology in the financial sector and the possible futures of money, banking, and credit in a globalizing world. (David Singh Grewal, Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley. Author of 'Network Power: The Social Dynamics of Globalization')

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Philipp Hacker, LL.M. (Yale), is a postdoctoral fellow at the law department of Humboldt University of Berlin, an A.SK Fellow at WZB Berlin Social Sciences Center and a Research Fellow at the Centre for Blockchain Technologies and at the Centre for Law, Economics and Society, both at UCL. Ioannis Lianos holds the chair of global competition law and policy at UCL Laws. He is also Director of the Centre for Law, Economics and Society and Executive Director of the Jevons Institute of Competition Law and Economics. He was awarded a Gutenberg Research chair at the Ecole Nationale d'Administration (ENA), the elite public administration school of the French republic in November 2011 and was appointed in 2015 chief researcher at the Skolkovo Institute for Law and Development, the leading innovation law centre at the Russian Federation. He is also a visiting professor at the University of Chile in Santiago, the Centre for Industrial Property Studies (CEIPI) at the University of Strasbourg and has been an Alexander von Humboldt fellow at the WZB and Humboldt University, Berlin, as well as an Emile Noel fellow at NYU Law School and a visiting fellow at the University of California, Berkeley. Georgios Dimitropoulos is an Assistant Professor of Law at HBKU College of Law & Public Policy. Georgios studied Law at the University of Athens, and holds an LLM from Yale Law School, and a PhD summa cum laude from the University of Heidelberg. Stefan Eich is the Perkins-Cotsen Postdoctoral Fellow in the Princeton Society of Fellows and a Lecturer in Politics at Princeton University. Stefan's research interests are in political theory and the history of political thought.

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