Q&A. Would a contract deployed on a blockchain hold up in a court of law?

By default no, as contract deployed to blockchain is a piece of code, but not some physical contract actual representation. And if smart contract is written correctly, it should no need any court interruption, as contract itself should be able to solve all cases (i.e. money transfers according to some rules etc). Also, there is many projects working on the legal part of smart contract and making them viable in a legal way.

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