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Call for Chapters: Edited Books on Crypto currency and online dispute resolution: Submit by October 15



crypto currency is a digital currency that is created and managed through the use of advanced encryption techniques known as cryptography. Crypto currency made the leap from being an academic concept to (virtual) reality with the creation of Bitcoin in 2009. While Bitcoin attracted a growing following in subsequent years, it captured significant investor and media attention in April 2013 when it peaked at a record $266 per bitcoin after surging 10-fold in the preceding two months. So, will these alternative currencies eventually supplant conventional currencies and become as ubiquitous as dollars and euros someday? Or are crypto currencies a passing fad that will flame out before long? 

Some economic analysts predict a big change in crypto is forthcoming as institutional money enters the market. Moreover, there is the possibility that crypto will be floated on the Nasdaq, which would further add credibility to blockchain and its uses as an alternative to conventional currencies. Some predict that all that crypto needs is a verified exchange traded fund (ETF). An ETF would definitely make it easier for people to invest in Bitcoin, but there still needs to be the demand to want to invest in crypto, which might not automatically be generated with a fund.

A lot of questions when it comes to crypto currency, to answer these questions we are coming with a handbook on crypto currency.


Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) is a parallel branch of Arbitration Dispute Resolution (ADR) with a tinge and addition of technology. We all are well aware of the traditional litigation processes which for some inevitable reasons will always prevail but the burden on the courts of dispute cases can be avoided. Arbitration Dispute Resolution is one avenue to resolve certain disputes through Arbitration, Mediation and Conciliation which could ease the burden on the courts. Online Dispute Resolution also deploys Information Technology along with the ADR. With the introduction of e-Courts and online hearing through videoconferencing Indian Courts have stepped out of the traditional litigation process in the ongoing pandemic.

Today the commercial industry is huge so are the disputes arising out of it and these billion dollars disputes prefer to go to Arbitration for obvious reasons. Due to globalisation cross-border disputes are also surging and Online Dispute Resolution is the best way to settle a dispute.

We are launching a book on Online Dispute resolution and to show how to solve it online.


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Submission Link

Important Dates

  • Submission of abstract/ Full chapter – 15th October
  • Publication of the book: November 2021


 Publication charge for a single author is Rs 600 for each book and Rs 1100 for co authored chapter, in case the author desires a hard copy of the book, the charges for the same is Rs. 400/- (optional). No soft copies of the book shall be provided.


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