"A blockchain is a distributed database that is used to maintain a continuously growing list of records, called blocks. Each block contains a link to a previous block and a time stamp. Blockchain initially enabled the creation of Bitcoin and other digital cryptocurrencies, and it has become the basis for technological developments affecting industries in many sectors, legal and regulatory systems, and government institutions and services." In Focus: Blockchain Bloomberg Law
Blockchain for Law Students is a comprehensive website created especially for law students on a variety of Blockchain resources. Authored by Prof. Walter Effross of the American University Washington College of Law, the website provides access to caselaw, journal articles, congressional documents, books and treatises, and other relevant material.