Among disruptive technologies, few cause more apprehension and excitement than blockchains. The technology behind the digital currency bitcoin, blockchains use algorithm-based security mechanisms called “cryptographic hashing” to time-stamp and validate transactions.

While once an opaque and unknown technology in the legal world, blockchains are soon set to become a major practice area and disruptor for attorneys working in the financial industry.

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