Imagine that you are an end user who wants to create a developer contract, and the network offers fifty in your jurisdiction. There is no doubt that there will be some kind of rating system in which users will vote. For customers, agreements written in simple English could be good. Eleven law firms and blockchain startups have joined open source software company Monax to help develop a new legal services platform called the Agreements Network. Initially unveiled in April, the network is expected to allow lawyers to perform tasks such as managing contracts, leasing contracts and governance documents on smart contracts, which are compatible with the Ethereum public blockchain. Looking to the future, the combination of blockchain and AI will lead to the automation of more and more business processes. .