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This article argues that there are many questions that lawyers might ask, and conversations that they might have, about smart contracts; that some questions that are asked are more important than others; and that there are some questions that are not asked but which should be asked. First, it is argued that the question that preoccupies 'coherentists' (concerning the application of the law of contract to smart contracts, and the fit between smart contracts and the paradigmatic 'fiat contracts'doi:10.1007/s40804-019-00134-2 fatcat:oa3gopwxhrhihcs5hp6274gpt4