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Should Smart Contracts Be Legally-Enforceable? – Blockchain at Berkeley

Photo by Giammarco Boscaro on UnsplashSmart contracts (or, the term I prefer, PETs) are pretty cool: they can reduce transaction costs by cutting out monitoring and enforcement. More philosophically, they allow...

Bitcoin isn’t Digital Gold —  What is? – Blockchain at Berkeley

It’s common nowadays to hear people describe Bitcoin as “digital gold.” The term “mining” itself suggests — quite intentionally — the image of old-time prospectors, clawing through mounds of rock in the hopes of...

The Need for an Incentive Scheme in Algorand – Blockchain at Berkeley

Coauthored by Zubin KotichaAlexis Gauba and Zubin Koticha are working on Cryptoeconomics Research at Blockchain at Berkeley. The team has written a working paper on 33% Attack Vectors in Proof...

Finding Work in the Blockchain Space – Blockchain at Berkeley

Announcing the Blockchain Career Fair on April 18, 2018There is a significant shortage of talent in the blockchain space. Across the industry, companies are looking to hire new developers, marketers, accountants,...