I’m a solicitor (England) and an attorney (U.S.) at Byrne & Storm, P.C. and a fellow of the ASI.
I’m into blockchains, having been a founder and former COO of Monax. Monax built the first open-source permissioned blockchain client in 2014. The design has since evolved into the market-leading Hyperledger Burrow permissioned Ethereum blockchain node. Burrow is presently the Hyperledger Project’s only Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), and is used by Intel and IBM’s contributions to that project, Sawtooth and Fabric, to run EVMs on those codebases.
This here is my personal website, together with a blog about law, politics, distributed systems, and whatever else I happen to be thinking about. I’m also a superfan of marmots, so don’t be surprised if one turns up in a blog post.
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Disclaimer: though I write about legal things, I am not your lawyer and nothing on this blog constitutes legal advice, per the terms of the notice and disclaimer which may be found here. Copyright Preston Byrne 2012-2019 but licensed to you and everyone else CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.