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A proposition for those interested in working in the legal blockchain space

Postby jadasistgoodja » Mon Jan 29, 2018 2:24 pm

Hello,

I’m returning to TLS after a bit of a hiatus and hope I’m in the right forum to post this - it’s kind of employment-related, so here goes...

I passed the NY bar in July 2015 with a lot of support from the bar prep forum so I’d like to try and give something back to the community.

I’m currently working for a blockchain-based legal company called LEXIT, which is launching a mergers and acquisitions marketplace.

“OK, get to the point…"

I have a little proposition for you.

I want to get your comments and opinions on LEXIT’s idea.

Here is a link to their white paper:

https://www.lexit.co/resources/whitepaper

Read it. (please)

If you are feeling lazy, I guess the executive summary is enough.

If possible, I’d like to create a little conversation on this forum with you guys about what LEXIT are attempting to do.

What do you think works / doesn’t work about their idea?

What challenges might be encountered in future?

How could it be improved?

Why might someone choose the LEXIT platform over traditional M&A services or why not?

You get the idea.

Then, I will invite a number of contributors who have made valid and constructive criticisms on the TLS forum to get involved with LEXIT’s project alongside a number of thought-leaders, investors, lawyers, and tech guys in the blockchain space.

This would be a great opportunity if you want to get experience with professionals in the most exciting tech space around. Also, for those who contribute to the project, LEXIT is in a position to offer for free, ‘tokens’ (akin to digital shares) in the company.

Possession of the tokens will also allow you to access the LEXIT platform and provide M&A services in future (a kind of virtual job, if you will).

The project is very cool and is coming to market and I’m hoping the TLS community joins LEXIT and the M&A revolution.

I look forward to your comments and criticisms, all are welcome, big or small.

Thanks so much.

Ja.

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Re: A proposition for those interested in working in the legal blockchain space

Postby Anonymous User » Mon Jan 29, 2018 3:26 pm

jadasistgoodja wrote:Hello,

I’m returning to TLS after a bit of a hiatus and hope I’m in the right forum to post this - it’s kind of employment-related, so here goes...

I passed the NY bar in July 2015 with a lot of support from the bar prep forum so I’d like to try and give something back to the community.

I’m currently working for a blockchain-based legal company called LEXIT, which is launching a mergers and acquisitions marketplace.

“OK, get to the point…"

I have a little proposition for you.

I want to get your comments and opinions on LEXIT’s idea.

Here is a link to their white paper:

https://www.lexit.co/resources/whitepaper

Read it. (please)

If you are feeling lazy, I guess the executive summary is enough.

If possible, I’d like to create a little conversation on this forum with you guys about what LEXIT are attempting to do.

What do you think works / doesn’t work about their idea?

What challenges might be encountered in future?

How could it be improved?

Why might someone choose the LEXIT platform over traditional M&A services or why not?

You get the idea.

Then, I will invite a number of contributors who have made valid and constructive criticisms on the TLS forum to get involved with LEXIT’s project alongside a number of thought-leaders, investors, lawyers, and tech guys in the blockchain space.

This would be a great opportunity if you want to get experience with professionals in the most exciting tech space around. Also, for those who contribute to the project, LEXIT is in a position to offer for free, ‘tokens’ (akin to digital shares) in the company.

Possession of the tokens will allow you to access the LEXIT platform and provide M&A services in future (a kind of virtual job, if you will).

The project is very cool and is coming to market and I’m hoping the TLS community joins LEXIT and the M&A revolution.

I look forward to your comments and criticisms, all are welcome, big or small.

Thanks so much.

Ja.



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