UK provides legal certainty on smart contracts and cryptoassets


Insurers are likely to welcome a landmark legal statement published this week that provides long-awaited clarity on how cryptocurrencies, distributed ledger technology (DLT) and smart contracts might be treated under English law. That is the view of Karen Boto, legal director of global law form Clyde & Co.

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