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NYDFS Chief Defends State Regulator’s Crypto Approach

| Nikhilesh De

New York Department of Financial Services superintendent Maria Vullo defended regulators' actions in the crypto space during a panel discussion.

The ‘Dean of Blockchain Lawyers’ Just Got a New Job

| Marc Hochstein

Marco Santori is leaving Cooley to become president and chief legal officer of Blockchain, a longtime client and one of the earliest wallet startups.

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SAFT Arrives: ‘Simple’ Investor Agreement Aims to Remove ICO Complexities

| Pete Rizzo

The opaque market for initial coin offerings is moving toward clarity with the release of a new framework for investors and issuers.

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No Panic: Cooler Heads Prevail as SEC Casts Shadow on Cooley ICO Event

| Ash Bennington

An event focused on initial coin offerings saw optimism despite SEC guidance that signaled a new era for the novel funding method.

Veteran Blockchain Lawyers Santori and Murck Join New Law Firm

| Pete Rizzo

Veteran blockchain and digital currency lawyers Marco Santori and Patrick Murck have officially joined Cooley LLP.

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The Real Cost of Applying for a New York BitLicense

| Yessi Bello Perez

CoinDesk has spoken to various bitcoin companies to breakdown the cost of the BitLicense application process both in monetary and non-monetary terms.

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NY Law Panel: Bitcoin Won’t Get Banking Without Compliance

| Tanaya Macheel

The banks are often blamed for holding back bitcoin businesses, but they have their reasons, a panel finds.

Former Senate Aide Joins Coinbase as US Government Liaison

| Tanaya Macheel

Coinbase hires former Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee advisor as Washington-based Congressional liaison.

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Marco Santori Joins Blockchain Team as Global Policy Counsel

| Tanaya Macheel

Blockchain has announced that noted bitcoin legal expert Marco Santori has joined its team as global policy counsel.

Community Debates What’s Next After New York Hearings

| Danny Bradbury

New York's hearings this week were a precursor to Bitlicense regulation. So what should happen next?