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3 Things Hospitality Lawyers Need To Know About Blockchain

Law360 (February 26, 2018, 7:03 PM EST) -- Blockchain has been around for years, but companies have only recently started to see how they might benefit from the technology, thanks to the rise of bitcoin. Hospitality lawyers say that as clients show more interest, it's important to understand some key aspects of the technology.

Hotels are uniquely positioned to reap the benefits of blockchain, since they have both corporate and service considerations, and the technology — which harnesses the power of a large network of computers to handle transactions in a secure manner — could help hotels improve the customer experience as well as their bottom lines, according to...

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