Blockchain has recently been touted as the secret sauce for a number of legal tech woes, and a host of legal and tech professionals are gathering to see if they can make it stick.
Their combined effort is the Agreements Network, a platform-like tool that allows multiple parties to plug in and create and execute legal agreements, as well as manage and store digital evidence and assets. A press release notes that parties can collaborate to develop their own new products, specifying use cases such as for contracts.
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