Shivam Satyarthi and Bliss Hu talk about their product, Classify – a legal application that tracks users’ purchase histories and gives cash back on items eligible for a settlement from class action lawsuits.
On the Road
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In this On The Road report from Global Legal Hackathon in New York City, host Laurence Colletti talks to Shivam Satyarthi and Bliss Hu about their product, Classify – a legal application that tracks users’ purchase histories and gives cash back on items eligible for a settlement from class action lawsuits. Their application uses Integra’s blockchain and is designed to bring the power back to the people in class action settlements.
Shivam Satyarthi is a technology analyst at RBC Capital Markets in New York City.
Bliss Hu is a computer science major and undergraduate researcher at Rutgers University–New Brunswick.
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