StonePaper, a software solution to implement digital contracts or ‘Smart Contracts’ in the blockchain, is letting users to complete legal processes with the help of blockchain, without hiring a lawyer, MotherBoard reported.
Toronto-based developer Matthew Rappard developed StonePaper app in order to empower people to do their own legal work instead of hiring expensive lawyers. The StonePaper app was launched in February 2016 and is available in an invitational beta phase.
“StonePaper allows for an individual to register a smart contract a combination of a traditional legal contract, which is drafted by a lawyer, and a small piece of software that manages the contract. The logic of the software mirrors the terminology that is laid out in the contract allowing both to work in concert,” the website stated.