Relevance of Blockchain for Corporate Lawyers

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Relevance of Blockchain for Corporate Lawyers. / Andhov, Alexandra.

I: Erhvervsjuridisk Tidsskrift, Bind 2020, Nr. 1, 01.2020, s. 29.

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Andhov, A 2020, 'Relevance of Blockchain for Corporate Lawyers', Erhvervsjuridisk Tidsskrift, bind 2020, nr. 1, s. 29.

APA

Andhov, A. (2020). Relevance of Blockchain for Corporate Lawyers. Erhvervsjuridisk Tidsskrift, 2020(1), 29.

Vancouver

Andhov A. Relevance of Blockchain for Corporate Lawyers. Erhvervsjuridisk Tidsskrift. 2020 jan;2020(1):29.

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Andhov, Alexandra. / Relevance of Blockchain for Corporate Lawyers. I: Erhvervsjuridisk Tidsskrift. 2020 ; Bind 2020, Nr. 1. s. 29.

Bibtex

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