MISSION

Codelegit’s mission is to bridge the gap between blockchain technology and law.

In order to maximize the economic and social benefits, disruptive technologies must be embedded in legal frameworks.

Codelegit offers practical solutions of legitimizing software code to developers and lawmakers.

PRODUCTS

DIY Smart Contracts

You are an developer and you want make sure that your smart contracts comply with applicable national laws. Learn how to create legal-by-design smart contracts.

Codelegit Certified Smart Contract Library

Use ready-made smart contracts of the Codelegit legal-by-design smart contracts library. Fitted with the Codelegit SC Certificate, your dapp runs on the safe side of law.

Codelegit Audited Smart Contracts

Request a complete audit of your decentralized app by Codelegit auditing partner, one of the Big Four auditing and accounting companies. This audit will raise your dapp and your solution to the next level, usable by Fortune 500 companies.

BENEFITS

In-depth Blockchain Expertise

Codelegit’s blockchain expertise is build upon its founders’ long-time work with Datarella, a renowned Big Data and Blockchain solutions provider, with clients such as Siemens AG, Daimler AG, United Nations, and others.

Excellent Cross-Border Understanding of Global Contractual Law

Based on many real-life blockchain projects, Codelegit has developed an ongoing co=operation with lawyers of a Top 10 global Law Firm.. Together with their expertise Codelegit offers legal-by-design code.

Big Four Auditing Standard

What Fortune 500 company would ever work with blockchain code that does not comply with applicable national law? Together with its auditing partner Deloitte, Codelegit provides completely audited blockchain code.

Testimonial

Many programmers think in bits and bytes and believe that code is law, but smart contracts running on the blockchain are neither smart nor contracts. In contrast, contracting parties have been doing contractual agreements for years. They don’t understand each other. Codelegit has found a good solution to close the gap between law and the blockchain by providing programmers and contractual partners with legal-by-design smart contracts. This should be the first approach of its kind and it really works.

Top 10 Law Firm lawyer

BLOG

How Smart Contract arbitration works

Smart Contract arbitration is a must-have for every Smart Contract used in serious business relationships. CodeLegit has found a solution to automate the access to arbitrators. Smart Contracts are becoming business-ready Every real-life relationship between two or more parties contains a source for conflicts or midunderstandings. Where a Smart Contract shall be used to map …

Arbitration Library In Smart Contracts Is A Must-Have

Smart Contracts are used to provide certain services which have been agreed upon between two or more contract parties. Arbitration libraries used within those Smart Contracts enable the parties to react on unexpected and unpredictable events. Bugs in Smart Contracts lead to loss of money Many businesses recently discovered the advantages of Smart Contracts running …

Codelegit – A New Contender Enters The Field Of LegalTech

Blockchain technology will bring fundamental change to a variety of business processes. Beyond the area of finance, the blockchain as a transactional layer transforms industries as diverse as manufacturing, energy, automotive, retail and healthcare.  Whilst most experts agree on the significant impact of blockchain on that general level, defining feasible blockchain-based business processes is challenging. …

PRICING

DiY Smart Contracts

  • Get step-by-step instructions to create and complete your smart contracts
  • Edit, download, print and share a s many documents as you need

Fixed fee
No transaction fee
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Certified Smart Contract Library

  • Use the Codelegit legal-by-design smart contracts
  • Receive deep discounts when you need help with implementation

No fixed fee
0,5% transaction fee
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Audited Smart Contracts

  • Have your complete blockchain code audited by Codelegit partner Deloitte.

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