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Blockchain’s Smart Contracts: What’s Smart, What’s Not

FinOps Report

13 Dec 2016

Joshua Ashley Klayman, head of MoFo’s Blockchain + Smart Contracts Group, was mentioned regarding the early development of smart contracts and applications in the article, “Blockchain’s Smart Contracts: What’s Smart, What’s Not,” published by FinOps Report.

Ms. Klayman commented on the inaccuracy concerns facing smart contracts suggesting that keeping the process short and simple is the easiest way to ensure accuracy. “The simpler the transaction — meaning the less human discretion that must be used — the more easily it is adapted to a smart contract,” she says.



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