OpenLaw

Create, store and execute legal agreements for blockchain assets
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OpenLaw is a blockchain-based protocol for the creation and execution of legal agreements. It enables parties to automate the creation and management of legal agreements, manage signatures, and transfer blockchain-based assets in a legally enforceable way. Public and private APIs allow third parties to integrate OpenLaw Protocol into their respective systems and build blockchain-based applications.

OpenLaw is a blockchain-based protocol for the creation and execution of legal agreements. It enables parties to automate the creation and management of legal agreements, manage signatures, and transfer blockchain-based assets in a legally enforceable way. Public and private APIs allow third parties to integrate OpenLaw Protocol into their respective systems and build blockchain-based applications.

Features

Automate Legal Agreements

Reduce time and money spent preparing legal agreements with our documentation automation. Tasks that used to take hours or days can be done in a fraction of the time for a fraction of the cost.

Signatures & Storage

Evidence of “state” of agreement and electronic signatures are stored on the Ethereum blockchain. This makes signatures easier, and ensures they are signed appropriately.

Incorporate Smart Contracts in a Private Environment

Securely execute smart contracts in a private environment that you control. Once signed, agreements trigger smart contracts in secure and private execution environment and users retain the ability to halt/stop smart contracts.

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