From the publisher:
This textbook examines the legal and regulatory approaches to digital assets and related technology taken by United States regulators. As crypto-assets and other blockchain applications mature, and regulatory authorities work hard to keep pace, Andrew Hinkes, AB ’00, Kimberly Prior and Daniel Stabile invite students to consider the legal approaches, challenges and tension points inherent in regulating these new products and systems. The authors explore the attempts to apply securities laws and money transmission regulation, the growth of smart contracts, the taxation of digital assets, and the intersection of digital assets and criminal law.
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