Blockchain Client AlertsMorrison & Foerster attorneys regularly author client alerts about legal developments involving Blockchain and Smart Contracts. Please see below some of our recent client alerts.

The Advent of Crypto-Asset Regulation in the UK? (10/1/2018)

INSIGHT: Structuring Secondary Token Sales: How to Monetize Digital Tokens Under U.S. Securities Laws (Bloomberg Law, 9/18/2018)

UK PRA's 'Dear CEO' Letter on Exposure to Crypto-Assets (8/15/2018)

The Journey from Security to Non-Security: SEC Director Comments on Mutability of Token Treatment (6/19/2018)

Federal Judge Upholds CFTC’s Determination that Virtual Currencies Are Commodities (3/9/2018)

Do You Want to Launch an ICO? Please, Listen to the SEC. (2/8/2018)

SEC Staff Raises Concerns Related to Cryptocurrency ETFs and Mutual Funds (1/23/2018)

Cryptocurrency Exchanges ‒ the New Front of the IRS War on Tax Evasion? (12/7/2017)

Twice In Two Days: China and Hong Kong Weigh In On Token Sales (9/6/2017)

Don’t Want To Be The Next Kodak? Embrace Blockchain (Law360, 9/6/2017)

SEC Issues Investor Alert to Warn Investors About ICO-Related Claims (8/30/2017)

The Monetary Authority of Singapore Clarifies Its Treatment of Token Offerings (8/2/2017)

Delaware Governor Signs Groundbreaking Blockchain Legislation into Law (7/27/2017)

Howey Got Here: SEC Issues Guidance on Token Offerings (7/26/2017)

Delaware Paves the Way for the Use of Blockchain Technology (3/20/2017)

UK Digital Economy Bill (9/7/2016)

Building Block(Chain)s - 6 Key Findings – and Featured Predictions – From the World Economic Forum’s Blockchain Report (8/29/2016)

The (Heart)Beat Has Sounded – The World Economic Forum Places Blockchain Front and Center (8/18/2016)

The Code-Based Fund: The Future of Crowdsourced Startup Funding (8/4/2016)

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