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US Supreme Court's Computer Fraud Ruling Has Big Implications for Crypto
The case, which turns on how to interpret the 1986 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, could set precedents for crypto in the years ahead.
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The Security Token Market Needs Better Lingo
“STO” was coined to distinguish a compliant token offering from ICOs, but the term fails to capture all the types of security tokens.
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OFAC's Bitcoin Blacklist Could Change Crypto
With just one paragraph, an agency of the U.S. government may have just radically altered the dynamics of the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
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Florida's Money Laundering Statute Won't Affect Most Bitcoin Users
What's the potential impact of a recent court decision in Florida that centered on definitions for bitcoin and money transmission?
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Why Florida's Bitcoin Ruling Could Lead to Legislative Action
Legal expert Andrew Hinkes looks at the potential impact of a Florida court's decision to rule that bitcoin isn't money.
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The Law of The DAO
What is the legal status of The DAO? In this opinion piece, lawyer Drew Hinkes takes a deep dive into laws surrounding fundraising and more.
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HashFast's $1 Million Question: Is Bitcoin a Currency or Commodity?
Berger Singerman LLP counsel Andrew Hinkes discusses what's at stake in an upcoming court hearing in the HashFast bitcoin miner bankruptcy case.
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Beyond Regulation: Why Bitcoin's Pressing Problem is Civil Law
Berger Singerman LLP counsel Andrew Hinkes discusses bitcoin's lack of precedent in common law and the problems it may create for users.
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