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Lydian Webinar: "Blockchain and smart contracts: a legal and practical perspective"

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In recent decades, terms like "blockchain" and "smart contracts" have been cropping up everywhere in the media, on the internet and recently also in national and European legislative debates. 

But how does blockchain actually work? How can one create a 'smart' contract based on software code on the blockchain? Why has this technology and the related practical applications become increasingly important in recent years? What exactly is its benefit and can these concepts (ultimately) replace ‘simple’ contracts as we know them today?

On 15 December 2022, Lydian's Commercial & Litigation team will explain – in a simple and understandable manner – the essence of blockchain and smart contracts, their relationship with simple written contracts and the practical uses of smart contracts both today and in the future.

This webinar is intended for anyone from any industry or sector with an interest in the phenomenon of blockchain and smart contracts, as well as for those without any (prior) knowledge of these concepts. 

The webinar will specifically focus on the following questions:

  • How does blockchain work?
  • What should we understand a smart contract (on blockchain) to mean?
  • Does such a smart contract meet the requirements for a binding agreement (under Belgian law)?
  • What are the issues, difficulties and risks connected with such smart contracts, both from a legal and practical perspective?
  • What are contemporary/future applications of smart contracts?

 

Date: 15 December 2022
Time: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

REGISTER HERE

The webinar takes place in English, with the possibility to ask questions. Participation is free of charge.

 

We are looking forward to welcoming you.

 

A few days before the webinar, you will receive further details from us to access from your personal computer.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at +32 2 787 90 77 or marketing@lydian.be.

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