Blockchain Will Improve Int'l Dispute Resolution, Group Says

Law360 (March 14, 2018, 12:02 AM EDT) -- A first-of-its-kind blockchain application being developed specifically for the international dispute resolution community, which is set to be unveiled Wednesday at a conference in Brazil, could help make international arbitration quicker and less expensive, according to the startup behind the project.

Legal technology startup Miami Blockchain Group will unveil the Smart Arbitration & Mediation Blockchain Application, the first blockchain application being developed specifically for the international dispute resolution community, at the 2018 Global Legal Institute for Peace Conference at the University of São Paulo on March 14.

Typically associated with the cryptocurrency bitcoin, blockchain technology is actually a secure digital ledger...

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