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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Liudmila Ovcharova
Analysis of Technology "Smart Contract"
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
The relevance of this work lies in the fact that in modern technologically advanced countries, the technology of blocking is becoming increasingly popular, namely its version - "Smart contracts". Nevertheless, the novelty of the technology of "Smart Treaties" raises doubts and disputes about the security and confidentiality of information. . The development of "Smart Treaties" technologies should be controlled at the legal level, protecting and protecting users of these services. The purpose of this work is an in-depth study of the technology itself "Smart Contract", as well as the experience of foreign countries and our state in the field of legal regulation and implementation of this technology. The purpose of the research requires the following tasks: 1. History of technology development "Smart Contracts"; 2. Concept and definition of the concept of technology "Smart contracts"; 3. Analysis of existing technologies of "Smart Contracts"; 4. Regulatory and legal regulation of technology "Smart contracts"; 5. Analysis of the implementation of technology "Smart Treaties" on the example of US experience; 6. Problems of development, regulation and management of technologies "Smart contract" on the example of the United States. In the process of work, the main advantages of the "Smart Contracts" technology are revealed, and the history of its emergence and development is traced. Also, the practice of legal regulation of this technology in the US and Russia has been analyzed, conclusions on existing problems in legislation have been made and prospects for solving these problems have been considered. The author examined the problems of development, regulation and management of the technology "Smart contract" on the example of the United States. The results of the work include a review of existing types of this technology and examples of their use in business; Boundaries of applicability, identified on the basis of restrictions on their implementation.

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