Smart contracts technology is rapidly maturing. Self-executing coded agreements are being harnessed to launch new digital assets and will soon be used by American corporations to issue shares of stock on a blockchain overseen by the state of Delaware.
But there is something impeding the technology, keeping its use largely confined, thus far, to the hothouse realm of cryptocurrencies.
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