Blockchains and Bitcoin: regulatory responses to cryptocurrencies

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Guadamuz, Andres; Marsden, Chris;
(2015)
  • Publisher: University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Journal: First Monday (issn: 1396-0466)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5210/fm.v20i12.6198
  • Subject: bitcoin; blockchain; law; regulation | K0520 | Law; Cyberlaw; Internet Regulation | K

This paper examines Bitcoin from a legal and regulatory perspective, answering several important questions.\ud \ud We begin by explaining what Bitcoin is, and why it matters. We describe problems with Bitcoin as a method of implementing a cryptocurrency. This introducti... View more
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