The scope of smart contract is to provide higher than standard security of traditional and/or digital contracts. Moreover, smart contracts reduce many other costs related to contracting.

Smart contracts are self-executing, self-enforcing. Contractual clauses are written into lines of code and registered in a blockchain network. A smart contract makes possible trusted transactions and agreements entered into by parties that are reciprocally unkown without the need for third party or, as the case may be, a central authority and, hence, making the transaction traceable, transparent and irreversible.

Originally, Blockchain was Bitcoin’s underlying technology, nowadays however, Blockchain technology has evolved far beyond the scope of virtual currency and its potential cannot even be intuited as for today.

About us

Smart Legal Tech is a transition platform from today’s business as usual to what is to come and therefore to contribute to such change in all possible ways and unveil and divulgate the great potential of using Blockchain technologies.

Our courses are aimed particularly to lawyers (but not exclusively) who are willing to know more of this technology, delve into all its legal possibilities in the future and verify to what extent it adjusts to current legislation in force to this day.

Information: info@smartlegaltech.es


Co-founder of 2gethermoney, Salvador has over 25 years of experience in banking. He has developed his career in JP Morgan London, BBVA, La Caixa and Banco Sabadell as FX Trading and Electronic Business Director. He has an Industrial Engineering degree in Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICAI). Casquero has been researching and developing projects con blockchain since 2010.

Salvador Casquero Algarra

Partner at Mind the Law, Ena is a technology enthusiast, including Blockchain. Ena has more than 20 years of experience, she has worked in two law firms (Ramón y Cajal Abogados and Uría & Menéndez) and in two multinational companies, Acciona and Ferrovial-Agromán. She has a Law degree in Law from Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE).

Ena Carballo Fernández de Villalta

Partner at Mind the Law, and Law graduated in the Universidad Autónoma of Madrid, Cristina began her consolidated career in new technologies from the its beginning in Bankinter and Deloitte, later in the Hipódromo de la Zarzuela on the occasion of its re-launch and finally in Acciona. Her intuition and curiosity are her guiding force as well as her passion for Blockchain technology.

Cristina Martinez Laburta


Apúntate a la 3ª edición del curso de Smart Contracts Explicaremos en qué se basa la tecnología Blockchain y analizaremos los principales retos jurídicos que a día de hoy plantean los Smart Contracts. Finalizaremos con un ejemplo



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