Intro to Smart Contracts (BB15-142)
Smart contracts are digital contracts that are programmed to execute specific actions when certain conditions are met. They are written using computer code and stored on a blockchain to provide a secure, self-enforcing agreement between two or more parties. This session will explain the purpose, real-life examples, and legal implications of smart contracts in various industries incorporating blockchain technology.
1. Contextualising blockchain.
2. Identifying how smart contracts fit in.
3. Exploring applications & use cases for smart contracts.
4. Discussing challenges for adoption.