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Kiril Mitrov is a Teaching and Research Fellow at the Chair of European law, Public law and International Economic law at the Law Institute of the University of Zurich. Kiril is a PhD candidate whose research focuses on Blockchain regulation in the EU. He analyses how and to what extent existing legal frameworks apply to specific blockchain applications and whether they are fit-for-purpose. He further explores how regulations could be improved and adapted to the decentralised nature of blockchain technology. Kiril holds an LL.M. degree in European Public Law and Governance from Maastricht University. He obtained his Bachelor of Law degree at the University of Montpellier, France and did an exchange year at KU Leuven, Belgium. During his studies he has done multiple internships and has worked as a legal consultant to a couple of blockchain start-ups

Research interests:
Cryptocurrency Regulation in the EU, Smart Contracts and Consumer Law, Technological and Legal Disruption, Algorithmic Regulation and the Use of Blockchain Technology as a Regulatory Tool, Blockchain Technology and its Applications

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