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Could Chinese regulators put an end to blockchain assets?

American Banker

20 Sep 2017

Joshua Ashley Klayman advises that China’s ban on ICOs doesn’t signify a blow to the cryptocurrency market, but rather further cements the growing regulatory environment.

“The trend very well may benefit token issuers that are committed to launching legally compliant token sales, in addition to protecting investors,” she said in the American Banker article “Could Chinese regulators put an end to blockchain assets?” “As nations around the globe weigh in and provide legal guidance concerning token sales, a more legitimate, responsible and sustainable token sale market may emerge.”

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