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Title: Report from the Blockchain and Smart Contracts Discussion Group to the Kantara InitiativeVersion: 1.0

Date: 2017-06-05

Editor: Thomas Hardjono and Eve Maler

Status: This document is a draft Report produced by the Blockchain and Smart Contracts Discussion Group. See the Kantara Initiative Operating Procedures for more information.

Abstract:
This report offers observations and recommendations to the Kantara Initiative covering the following scope: 'Personal data and transaction ecosystems in which individuals and organizations can interact more equitably and efficiently'.

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