Opinion: Any discussion of blockchain must first distinguish between license or no license

According to the official website of the Oxford University School of Law, Kelvin FK Low, a professor at the City University of Hong Kong Law School, and Eliza Mik, an external researcher at the Singapore Management University, jointly published a paper on the application of blockchain technology in the legal field. Pause the blockchain legal revolution (Pause the Blockchain Legal Revolution). The article pointed out that “the blockchain has revolutionary potential in promoting legal change, which has long been promised, but the delivery speed is very slow. Our forthcoming paper points out that the source of mismatch between commitment and reality is partly In a series of misunderstandings, including the confusion of the legal and technical implications of certain terms, we highlight the trap of deploying blockchains as asset registration techniques and break the myth that 'smart contracts' can disrupt the legal profession at any time. Any about the district Blockchain discussions must first distinguish between unlicensed blockchains (such as bitcoin) and licensed blockchains (such as Corda). The arguments established in Bitcoin are not applicable in Corda, and vice versa.