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Blockchain Regulation and Governance in Europe (eBook)


ISBN13: 9781108616560
Published: December 2018
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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In Blockchain Regulation and Governance in Europe, Michèle Finck examines the relationship between blockchain technology and EU law and introduces the theme of blockchain governance.

The book provides a general introduction to blockchains as both a regulatable and a regulatory technology and outlines the interaction between Distributed Ledger Technology and specific areas of EU law, such as the General Data Protection Regulation. It should be read by anyone interested in EU law, the relationship between law, innovation and technology, and technology governance.

  • Provides an introduction to blockchain governance and protocol maintenance
  • Underlines the centrality of adequate governance processes for the technology's future
  • Introduces the overall relationship between blockchain and law
  • Argues that blockchains need to be interoperable with law to be adopted a broad scales

Subjects:
eBooks, IT and Internet Law, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
Contents:
1. Blockchain Technology
2. Blockchains as a Regulatable Technology
3. Blockchain as a Regulatory Technology
4. Blockchains and the General Data Protection Regulation
5. Blockchains and the Idle Data Economy
6. Blockchains, Law, and Technological Innovation
7. Blockchain Governance
8. Conclusion.