Code Is Law – But It's Not the Only Law for Blockchains

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Title of the article, blog entry, editorial, essay, graphic, interview, or other content Code Is Law – But It's Not the Only Law for Blockchains
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Date May 7, 2018
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URL https://www.coindesk.com/code-law-not-law-blockchains/
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Description of the resource This post provides an overview of the multiple layers of governance affecting blockchain-based systems. It distinguishes between two distinct governance structures: on-chain governance by the infrastructure and off-chain governance of the infrastructure – each model incorporating both endogenous and exogenous components, which contribute to varying degrees to the overall governance structure of a blockchain-based network.
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If the source of the description was online, insert the source here De Filippi, Primavera, "Code Is Law – But It's Not the Only Law for Blockchains," CoinDesk, May 7, 2018, accessed June 22, 2018, https://www.coindesk.com/code-law-not-law-blockchains/
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This post provides an overview of the multThis post provides an overview of the multiple layers of governance affecting blockchain-based systems. It distinguishes between two distinct governance structures: on-chain governance by the infrastructure and off-chain governance of the infrastructure – each model incorporating both endogenous and exogenous components, which contribute to varying degrees to the overall governance structure of a blockchain-based network.e structure of a blockchain-based network. +
De Filippi, Primavera, "Code Is Law – But It's Not the Only Law for Blockchains," CoinDesk, May 7, 2018, accessed June 22, 2018, https://www.coindesk.com/code-law-not-law-blockchains/ +
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