Criticizing smart contracts for not being completely “trustless” instruments completely misses the point.
Kate Sills holds degrees in Computer Science and Cognitive Science from UC Berkeley
Kate Sills joins to respond to several recent articles criticizing smart contracts, including the “Oracle problem.”
New technologies might help integrate communities living under local, customary property law into the global economy.
Property rights are conceptual constructs, ripe for translation into digital form.
The internet may be beginning to deliver on its potential to radically change human interactions in all spheres of life.
Blockchain technology and other advances help expand our ability to make enforceable agreements without the state.
Kate Sills joins us for a conversation on smart contracts and the future of blockchain technology.