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When writing down the terms of a financial contract it is easy to make mistakes. When the contracts are written on top of a blockchain, without a human judge, those errors are usually irreversible and can lead to the loss of large amounts of money, as it happened with the infamous DAO bug.
Marlowe is a domain specific language designed to make it easy to write contracts so that they can be deployed on blockchains, and to help avoid many of the common known mistakes. In this presentation, we briefly introduce the Marlowe language, and we show a simulation of the execution of an example contract in its web GUI editor/simulator (Meadow).
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