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Agrello wants users to create their own legally-binding contracts with the power of smart contracts. Further, the company wants to enable users to design such agreements “without coding or legal skills to form legally-binding agreements on the blockchain”. Agrello’s graphical interface is designed to allow users to assemble contracts and compile code to be managed and executed on the user’s behalf by AI agents. Comprised of a team of Estonian lawyers, academics, information technology experts, the project centers on “Self-aware contracts (SAC)”, which are designed to function similar to conventional contracts. The Estonia-based project believes its ‘smart agreement’ solution will interface…
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