Jacek Czarnecki is a graduate student at the University of Oxford where he is undertaking an MSc in Law and Finance, and a lawyer specialising in digital currencies, distributed ledgers and financial regulation. He also co-authored the first Polish report on digital currencies that was featured on CoinDesk.
How to Legitimize the ICO Market (Crypto Lawyers Take Note)
A blockchain-focused lawyer explains why his profession should play a critical role in the growth and maturation of the ICO market.
ICOs in the EU: How Will the ‘Slow Giant’ Regulate Tokens?
A legal expert shines a light on how ICOs might be regulated in the European Union, proposing next steps and potential challenges ahead.
Blockchains and Personal Data Protection Regulations Explained
Blockchain will likely increase personal data protections, but challenges lie ahead with the regulatory environment, says lawyer Jacek Czarnecki.
Why Blockchain Firms Shouldn’t Ignore New EU Cybersecurity Laws
Impending EU laws, although not aimed directly at the blockchain industry, could prove impactful to its practices, says attorney Jacek Czarnecki.
Polish Parliament Holds Public Consultation on Cryptocurrency
The Polish Parliament has held the country's first public consultation meeting devoted solely to digital currency and blockchain technology issues.
No, the EBA’s Bitcoin Regulation Proposals Aren’t All Bad
Digital currency lawyer Jacek Czarnecki argues recent regulatory proposals in the EU might benefit the blockchain industry despite criticisms.
Is the EU Building a Database of Digital Currency Users?
Is the EU seeking to limit the privacy of bitcoin users? A deeper analysis of recent proposals suggests that the question may not have an easy answer.
Evaluating the EU’s New Definition for Virtual Currencies
The EU proposed changes to its AML directive this week to include a new definition for digital currencies. But, what will be the impact?
Poland to Explore Blockchain Tech in Government Digitization Effort
Poland's Ministry of Digital Affairs is taking steps that may find it promoting digital currencies and blockchain technology.
Polish Ministry Considers Blockchain Impact on Government Services
Poland's Ministry of Digital Affairs has issued a statement on how bitcoin and the blockchain could help digitize government services.