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ブロックチェーン:法律およびビジネス専門家向けガイド

The Blockchain: A Guide for Legal and Business Professionals

Jeff Seul, Josias N. Dewey, Shawn Amuial

1 vol. 262 p. Paper., 2016.

West, USA. ISBN: 9780314876119

¥10,234

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【Table of Contents】

CHAPTER 1. THE FUNDAMENTALS OF BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY

§ 1:1 Summary of important points

§ 1:2 The basics: What is a blockchain, and how does it work?

§ 1:3 The basics expanded

§ 1:4 Application of cryptographic solutions to control ownership of digital assets

§ 1:5 Transactions and blocks

§ 1:6 Incentive structures: Proof-of-Work (Mining) vs. Proof-of-Stake

§ 1:7 Distinctions between permissioned and nonpermissioned blockchains

§ 1:8 The issue of anonymity or lack thereof

§ 1:9 Wallets

CHAPTER 2. SMART CONTRACTS

§ 2:1 Summary of important points

§ 2:2 Smart contracts—Basics

§ 2:3 Terminology

§ 2:4 Basic mechanics

§ 2:5 —Programming smart contracts

§ 2:6 —Sidechains

§ 2:7 Smart contract use cases

§ 2:8 —Financial Industry

§ 2:9 —Legal Industry

§ 2:10 —Accounting Industry

§ 2:11 —Predictive and Commodity Markets (Auger)

§ 2:12 —Supply Chain Management

§ 2:13 —Real Estate Industry

§ 2:14 —Healthcare

§ 2:15 —Private Wealth and Estate Planning

§ 2:16 —Governmental Matters

§ 2:17 —Internet of Things

§ 2:18 Smart contracts and legal issues

§ 2:19 —Choice of law and cross-border considerations

§ 2:20 —Is code law?

§ 2:21 —Legal issues regarding electronic signatures and notarization

§ 2:22 — —The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act

§ 2:23 — —Uniform Electronic Transaction Act

§ 2:24 — —Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act

§ 2:25 Smart contracts, regulations, and policies

§ 2:26 —Money transfer licensing

§ 2:27 —Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) considerations

§ 2:28 —A tool to combat fraud and corruption

§ 2:29 —Scope of CFTC’s jurisdiction over prediction markets

§ 2:30 Smart contracts: Where we stand today

CHAPTER 3. BLOCKCHAIN PROTOCOLS

§ 3:1 Summary of important points:

§ 3:2 Existing protocols

§ 3:3 —Bitcoin

§ 3:4 —Ethereum

§ 3:5 —Ripple Consensus Network

§ 3:6 —Hyperledger

§ 3:7 —R3’s Corda

§ 3:8 —Symbiont Distributed Ledger

§ 3:9 Existing Protocols—Tendermint

§ 3:10 —Digital Asset Holdings

§ 3:11 Existing protocols—Rubix (Deloitte) and Eris Industries, Ltd.

§ 3:12 Determining how blockchain technology can help your business or firm

§ 3:13 Considerations for determining the blockchain protocol best for your business or firm

§ 3:14 Developing a strategy to integrate blockchain technology into your business or firm

CHAPTER 4. DECENTRALIZED AUTONOMOUS ORGANIZATIONS (DAOS)

§ 4:1 Summary of important points

§ 4:2 Business organizations reinvented: The fundamentals of DAOs

§ 4:3 Where do DAO token holders fit?

§ 4:4 Capitalization structures

§ 4:5 SEC and securities issues

§ 4:6 Transactions secured by DAO tokens

§ 4:7 Taxation

§ 4:8 Other areas impacting DAOs

CHAPTER 5. KEY MANAGEMENT FOR BUSINESSES AND PROFESSIONAL FIRMS

§ 5:1 Summary of important points

§ 5:2 Public Key Infrastructure

§ 5:3 Signing a transaction

§ 5:4 Multi-sig systems for enhanced protection

§ 5:5 Storing private keys (cold versus online storage)

§ 5:6 Managing access to private keys within an enterprise

CHAPTER 6. DIGITAL IDENTIFICATION ON THE BLOCKCHAIN

§ 6:1 Summary of important points

§ 6:2 Digital blockchain based identification and reputation models

§ 6:3 Leveraging digital identification to reduce regulatory compliance costs

§ 6:4 Control over identification

§ 6:5 Interoperability

§ 6:6 Certifications and digital assets

§ 6:7 Challenges

CHAPTER 7. RELATED TECHNOLOGIES THAT COMPLEMENT BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY

§ 7:1 Summary of important points

§ 7:2 Interplanetary file system (IPFS) and file storage

§ 7:3 The Onion Relay (TOR)

§ 7:4 New microservices with built-in micropayment rails

§ 7:5 The cloud: Blockchain-as-a-service

§ 7:6 —Microsoft Azure

§ 7:7 —IBM Bluemix

§ 7:8 —Amazon Web Services (AWS)

CHAPTER 8. GENERAL POLICY CONSIDERATIONS FOR FUTURE REGULATIONS

§ 8:1 Summary of important points

§ 8:2 Implementing and enabling legislation

§ 8:3 Balancing regulation

CHAPTER 9. CONCLUSION AND THOUGHTS ABOUT THE FUTURE

§ 9:1 Summary of important points

§ 9:2 Don’t panic, but start planning

§ 9:3 Where does all this leave businesses and professions

APPENDICES

Glossary Blockchain Terminology

Appendix A. Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (1999)

Appendix B. Electronic Signatures in Global and

National Commerce Act

Appendix C. N.Y. BitLicense

Index