Electronic signatures cannot be taken lightly since we live in a digital age, and most recently in an era of national lockdown where contracts or any other agreements require electronic signatures. The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) delivered a judgment on the question of what qualifies as a signature under the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act, 2002. See De Rebus: http://www.derebus.org.za/what-qualifies-as-a-signature-in-terms-of-s-133-of-the-ect-act/ (2020)
What is cryptocurrency? (2019) https://www.getsmarter.com/blog/market-trends/what-is-cryptocurrency-an-easy-to-understand-guide/
The regulatory status of cryptocurrency exchanges (2019) https://www.golegal.co.za/cryptocurrency-exchanges-regulatory/
eCommerce and the law. See https://www.lssalead.org.za/videos/general (courtesy of the Law Society)
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