Although the interest around smart contracts is generally defined in a narrow way, centered in applications terms such as Bitcoin contracts, Ethereum contracts or Smart Contracts Bitcoin, or even just in technical trading aspects such as Ethereum price, in reality the field is more diverse. A number of companies and non profit organizations are serving governments, institutional and private clients implementing distributed ledger technology. In this accessible book, we present the detailed corporate profile of several smart contracts companies, their trading and social network volumes, and provide a gentle introduction to smart contracts examples. ECONOMY MONITOR Guide to SMART CONTRACTS offers a demonstrably effective way to diversify risk when investing in cryptocurrency securities by focusing on companies that are offering products with actual demand in the real economy. The book is also useful for managers seeking to learn about vendors of fintech, blockchain, and computable contracts technology.
Inside this book:
(Corporate profile, Funding, Team, Clients, Leverage points, Regulatory compliance information)
II Social Signals
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Examples (Programming smart contracts)
About the author
Percy Venegas is a former Intel engineer, co-founder of Economy Monitor, and member of the founding advisory board of the Social Venture Capital Conference, Latin America, Caribbean and South Florida.
He has published in journals such as International Advances in Economic Research and Financial Assets and Investing, and more recently he has been a speaker on the topic of Trust-less Crypto Markets at the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies Seminars.
Percy holds an MBA in International Business from MIB School of Management in Trieste, Italy. He attended the MIT Sloan China Program, Lingnan University College at Sun Yat Sen University in Guangzhou, and earned an Executive Master in Sustainable Development and Corporate Responsibility from EOI Business School, Campus Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He's also lived in New York and is currently based in Costa Rica.