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The premise of blockchain is brilliant: a decentralized ledger that eliminates the possibility for failure by taking centralized components out of the picture. Specifically, what blockchain technology is meant to do is automate trust. Proponents predict blockchain will bring earth-shattering changes to traditional finance, politics, data storage, and anything that requires some form of record keeping, and yet, blockchain is “the technology that nobody understands.” During this session, you will learn about blockchain, its benefits and drawbacks, and its applications. You will understand why the time to learn more about blockchain is now and understand how to quickly gain knowledge about blockchain to incorporate it in your legal practice.