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Chris Jagers

Chris Jagers is the CEO of Learning Machine and enterprise software company serving verticals in higher education, non-profits, and...

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Laurence Colletti

Laurence Colletti serves as the producer at Legal Talk Network where he combines his passion for web-based media with...

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Trent Carlyle is the co-founder and chief technology officer for Lawgical, the parent company of Legal Talk Network, ServeManager and a number of...

Technology has emerged that allows you to send money without needing a bank or getting your license without going to the DMV. These are just two advantages provided by decentralized technology which is the transferring of goods or value without the use of a middleman. In this report from On The Road, hosts Trent Carlyle and Laurence Colletti talk to Chris Jagers about decentralized technology and its implications for the legal industry and beyond. They discuss the advantages to having digital documents, like licenses and diplomas, and the use and standardization of cryptocurrency.

Chris Jagers is the CEO of Learning Machine an enterprise software company serving verticals in higher education, nonprofits, and mission driven organizations.

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Published: November 20, 2017
Podcast: On the Road
Category: Information Security , Legal Technology
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