Blockchain and Law

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Ménard, X. F. (2019). Cryptocurrency: Collateral for Secured Transactions? Banking & Finance Law Review; Scarborough, 34(3), 347–386. Retrieved from
Goldenfein, J., & Leiter, A. (2018). Legal Engineering on the Blockchain: ‘Smart Contracts’ as Legal Conduct. Law and Critique, 29(2), 141–149.
Manski, S., & Manski, B. (2018). No Gods, No Masters, No Coders? The Future of Sovereignty in a Blockchain World. Law and Critique, 29(2), 151–162.
Kovanen, A. (2019). Competing With Bitcoin - Some Policy Considerations for Issuing Digitalized Legal Tenders. International Journal of Financial Research, 10(4), 1.
João Pedro Quintais, P. R. at the U. of A., Balázs Bodó, S. R. at the U. of A., Alexandra Giannopoulou, P. R. at the U. of A., & Valeria Ferrari, P. C. at the U. of A. (2018). Blockchain and the Law: A Critical Evaluation. Retrieved from
Irwin, A. S., & Turner, A. B. (2018). Illicit Bitcoin Transactions: Challenges in Getting to the Who, What, When and Where. Journal of Money Laundering Control, (just-accepted), 00–00.
Kianieff, M. (2019). Blockchain Technology and the Law: Opportunities and Risks. Taylor & Francis.
Raskin, M. I. (2014). Realm of the Coin: Bitcoin and Civil Procedure. Fordham Journal of Corporate and Financial Law, 20, 969. Retrieved from
Tankersley, K. K., Davis, A. R., & Ah Loy, A. G. (2018). Legal and Regulatory Developments Arising from the Growth of Cryptocurrency. Oklahoma Bar Journal, 89, 18. Retrieved from
Swan, M. (2018). Blockchain Enlightenment and Smart City Cryptopolis. In Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Cryptocurrencies and Blockchains for Distributed Systems (pp. 48–53). New York, NY, USA: ACM.
Clark, B., & Burstall, R. (2018). Blockchain, IP and the pharma industry—how distributed ledger technologies can help secure the pharma supply chain. Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, 13(7), 531–533.
Finck, M. (2017). Blockchains and Data Protection in the European Union (Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper No. 18–01). Institute for Innovation and Competition. Retrieved from
Cohney, S., Hoffman, D. A., Sklaroff, J., & Wishnick, D. A. (2018). Coin-Operated Capitalism. Columbia Law Review. Retrieved from
Cassidy, J., Cheng, M. H. A., Huang, E., & Le, T. (2018). A Toss of A (Bit)Coin: The Uncertain Nature of the Legal Status of Cryptocurrencies. In Proceedings of Asia Conference on Business and Economic Studies (ACBES) (pp. 254–264). Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: UEH Publishing House. Retrieved from
Chason, E. D. (2018). How Bitcoin Functions as Property Law. Seton Hall Law Review, 49(129), 43.
Bacon, J., Michels, J. D., Millard, C., & Singh, J. (2017). Blockchain Demystified: A Technical and Legal Introduction to Distributed and Centralised Ledgers. Rich. J.l. & Tech, (1), 106.
Jackson, O. (2018). France’s crypto derivatives rules could be EU template. International Financial Law Review.
Fyrigou-Koulouri, M. (2018). Blockchain Technology: An Interconnected Legal Framework for an Interconnected System. Journal of Law, Technology & the Internet, 9, 15.
Lee, D. (Ed.). (2015). Handbook of Digital Currency: Bitcoin, Innovation, Financial Instruments, and Big Data. Amsterdam: Elsevier/ AP.