Blockchain, Smart Contracts and Administration of Justice by Yolanda Ríos

In the so-called Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, where new disruptive technologies emerge, blockchain, smart contracts, and artificial intelligence occupy a privileged place in the research and development centers of private companies and public entities. The challenge is not small: guaranteeing the security of transactions, in an enormously globalized market, where electronic resources have displaced the traditional means of contracting and payment.

One of the issues that has not received enough attention, despite its growing relevance, concerns what should be the probative value that the information registered in blockchain can hold in a civil proceeding.

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