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At The Cutting Edge Of  Cryptocurrency Law

Assisting Clients Capitalizing On The Vast Opportunity Present


It is undoubtedly one of the most exciting times for technology and innovation in general but blockchain and crypto in specific. By all accounts, we are in the early innings of witnessing the overhaul of legacy financial systems that have not been updated in decades, if not centuries. The efficiencies, security, and decentralization brought about by peer-to-peer cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (₿) and Ethereum (Ξ), including the ability to transact and store value effectively for an increasingly digital world, brings about immense dispersion and opportunity. However, great opportunity brings significant corresponding risk, including as it relates to legal ramifications. As a result, regulation and enforcement action is ramping up, and it is more important than ever to ensure compliance with cryptocurrency’s complex and patchwork style regulatory framework. 

At RICHT, we are a law firm on the cutting edge of cryptocurrency developments as they relate to potential legal ramifications for clients operating in diverse segments of the broader crypto sector. LexoCrypto™, our dedicated and multidisciplinary legal practice focused on the intersection of cryptocurrency and blockchain with the law, allows clients to benefit from a full suite of legal services with the singular goal of managing legal risk while capitalizing on the vast opportunity present in the space. 

 

 


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