The administration of our lives has become increasingly digitised. We bank on the Internet, complete our tax returns online, shop electronically, conduct business over e-mail. There is little that we don’t do online. So given the length of time for manual counting to complete at the Federal Election in July, electronic voting seems to be
Blockchain technology is vulnerable to the same malicious hackers that target business and government - when things go wrong millions of dollars are at stake.
Sainty Law examines smart contracts in our second blog in this series on blockchain. While smart contracts are a hot topic, are they really a viable alternative to traditional methods of contracting and transacting?
An unavoidable consequence of our time is that an understanding of how technology works, and at the very least what it does and how to use it, is critical to running a dynamic business. In this 3-part series, we look at Blockchain, the ledger system that underlies bitcoin, which has been tipped by many to