You may soon be able to use the blockchain to formally consent to sex
- Dutch blockchain company LegalThings is creating a blockchain-based app that will establish legally binding contracts for sexual consent.
- The app was created in the wake of the #MeToo movement; the company hopes to establish clear lines of communication around sexual acts.
- Critics of the app argue that it oversimplifies sexual consent.
Blockchain technology could soon be used for something a bit sexier than keeping track of bitcoin transactions or the movement of goods within corporate supply chains.
Dutch startup LegalThings announced Wednesday it plans to release an app designed to allow people to more easily give explicit and formal consent to sex. Through