Smart contracts are unquestionably one of the most intriguing applications of blockchain technology in the field of law.
Recently, Toshev & Boteva Law Firm published the pilot material of a series of informative articles intended to shed some light on one of the most intriguing applications of blockchain technology - the so-called "smart contracts."
What are smart contracts? A smart contract is a kind of legal arrangement between two parties that is generated in the form of computer code
Mental health in Bulgaria is still a taboo. The reasons for this are maybe rooted in the culture of our people from centuries ago, when the khans had to be as close as possible to the image of God, perhaps in the fear of today's people to be rejected by society, and mostly because of the fear from looking weak.
Over time, Toshev & Boteva Law Firm has continually been trying to communicate the massive variety of potential benefits that blockchain technologies could produce for different industries, including the private, the public, and the business sector.
Artificial intelligence, along with blockchain and the Internet of Things, is among the most advanced computer technologies, having the potential to constitute a radical transformation of the way humanity evolves in the twenty-first century.