October 20th 2020
In April 2020, the Blockchain Research Institute released to its members a case study on Mt Pelerin, which dives into our vision and project to highlight the innovative value they could bring to the banking industry.
Today, the BRI has made the case study public and is now accessible to all on its website.
The Blockchain Research Institute (BRI) is an independent, global think-tank, co-founded by Don Tapscott and Alex Tapscott. It brings together the world’s top global researchers to undertake ground-breaking research on blockchain technology.
Funded by a membership consisting of international corporations and government agencies, the BRI's research program is founded on 100+ projects documenting the strategic implications of blockchain on business, government and society.
Gabriel Olivier Benjamin Jaccard is a PhD candidate at the University of Geneva. His thesis focuses on smart contracts under civil law. He earned a Bachelor of Law degree in Fribourg, a Master of Law degree in Zurich, and a certificate of transnational law in Geneva. Gabriel has worked for several law firms specializing in technologies. He participates actively in the development of the Swiss legal ecosystem regarding blockchain and has drafted several doctrine papers.