Code Is No Law, Law Is No Code

The feature was written by Alexander Boldachev, a philosopher, the member of Russia’s Futurology Association, and eGaaS analyst exclusively for ForkLog.

DayLight Team to Create a Blockchainized State

Attempts to resolve governance issues with blockchain technology are becoming more frequent these days; however, practical implementation examples are scarce in this regard. Recently launched blockchain platform DayLight is another ambitious project exploring new paths in this area, and hopefully it could arrive at something bigger.

Revolt of the Drones: From Radio Control to Ethereum Smart Contracts

Back In the 1980’s, Oscar-winning film director James Cameron predicted that by the year 2017 the Earth will be in ruins swarming with homicidal robots. Fortunately, this didn’t turn out to be true, at least for now. But what is actually going on with the robots today?

InChain Set to Provide Assets Insurance at Cryptocurrency Exchanges

The idea of creating an insurance platform for the cryptocurrency industry has been on the front burner for a while. There are plenty of stories telling how blockchain and bitcoin related projects fail because of hackers, insufficient security or simply human errors. All these factors impede the industry’s development, scare.

How Bitcoin and Ethereum’s Smart Contracts Work in IT Jurisprudence

The bitcoin ecosystem is becoming the place for many financial startups. Still, finance is highly regulated field, so some legal firms try to catch the zeitgeist of 2016. ForkLog talked with the founder of law firm lexnet.io, Valentin Pivovarov to find out how jurisprudence keeps up with the times and.

A Smart House Requires Relevant Contracts

In the year of 2015 one would hardly be surprised to hear “smart house”. Almost everyone knows that it refers to some electronic components incorporated in the infrastructure of an appartment, a house, or an office. They are to make our lives more cost effective, eco-friendly, convenient, and safe.

Smart Contract App’s philosophy

Recently we mentioned the things that hinder smart contracts from becoming our daily routine. Certainly, no smart contract can exist outside of its environment, where it can be created, verified, and performed. Certainly, Ethereum is a basic component thereof; however, a comprehensive environment shall include an interface for user interaction.