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Crypto Law Review
A journal pushing the bounds of our legal imaginaries, on-chain, off-chain, and against the chain.
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Crypto Law Review is a peer-reviewed online journal pushing the bounds of our legal imaginaries, on-chain, off-chain, and against the chain. Founded in 2018 by a crew of globally-minded lawyers working at the intersections of BigLaw, BigTech, and LegalTech, our core mission is to continuously elevate the standard of legal discourse and lawyering within the crypto/DLT community. Aiming Crypto + Law + Theory towards emancipation. We're looking for a few good #CryptoLawyers to serve as editors & contributors. If you're a coder who wants to root deeper and deeper into law as core BIOS, please join us & follow us.

Editors
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CleanApp
Small NGO with a big patent urging BigTech & Crypto to enable trash/hazard reporting & open source data. "The Wi-Fi & Bluetooth of TrashTech" - cleanapp.io.
Writers
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Jacob Kostecki
StartupFactCheck. - AI & ML-supported due-diligence for early-stage startup investors. Data. Former bad actor. Founder. @Fordham University
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Aashish Sharma
Aashish Sharma is a Founder and Blogger at https//www.entrepreneuryork.com, specializing in Social Media and Digital Marketing.
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Cryptech
Cryptonomics Ponderer, Gamer.
Go to the profile of Alpen Sheth
Alpen Sheth
Decentralizing insurance @Etherisc, visiting faculty @PSU, previously @ecospaceagency, @WorldBank, @RMS, @MIT, @INURED, On Twitter @alpensheth.
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Vlad Zamfir
Absurdist, troll.