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Below are several articles that address various fintech and cryptocurrency legalities. Also included are news items that include a blockchain legal component. If you can’t find the answer to your questions in these pages, by all means, give us a call.
Many countries are interested in attracting cryptocurrency and blockchain startups. France is the latest country to jump in the ring with crypto-friendly laws.Read »
Initial coin offerings are often subject to various local, state, federal, and international regulations. Jump in for some ICO launch legal tips.Read »
Liechtenstein enjoys a long business-friendly tradition. And now the European nation is getting in on the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry.Read »
Big cryptocurrency news: Regulators approve Stellar Lumens to trade on exchange, which signals authorities do not see the coin as a security.Read »
The SEC has spoken: Some cryptocurrencies qualify as securities, in and of themselves; others, like Bitcoin and Ethereum, don’t. Let’s break it down.Read »
Some pundits think that the General Protection Data Regulation will hamstring law enforcement agents on the hunt for crypto criminals.Read »
Authorities from several jurisdictions banned together for what can be described as a cryptocurrency sting. Jump in to read about the operation.Read »
Cryptocurrencies are taking the financial world by storm, and now some states, like Illinois, are looking at ways to leverage virtual currencies.Read »
Blockchain is blowing up. As a result, companies are changing direction in an attempt to profit from the boom. But investors aren't thrilled in all cases.Read »