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Virtual currency gets regulated under anti-money laundering laws

Virtual currency for the 1st time falls under Italian anti-money laundering law with the decree implementing the European 4th AML Directive. The long awaited Italian legislative decree implementing the European 4th anti-money laundering (AML) directive (the “Italian AML Decree“) is now in place and you can read here about the impact on the gaming sector and here on the … Continue Reading

SEC report on tokens as securities: seven takeaways

One of the more interesting phenomena in early-stage investing is the recent emergence of initial coin offerings (ICOs), token generation events (TGEs), or similar distributed ledger or blockchain-enabled means for raising capital. Much has been written about whether the tokens issued in these structures involve “securities”, and last week, the SEC issued a report on tokens as … Continue Reading

Getting up to speed on blockchain, Bitcoin, Ethereum, cryptocurrencies and ICOs

Much has been written recently on blockchain, Bitcoin, Ethereum, cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings (ICO). Unfortunately, for non-computer scientists, trying to understand these concepts and their potential implications can be a bit overwhelming. To help all of those non-technologists trying to get their heads around blockchain, Bitcoin, Ethereum, cryptocurrencies and ICOs, our colleague Trent Dykes pulled … Continue Reading
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