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Avoiding and Redressing Cryptocurrency Scams

Cryptocurrency has become a highly sought-after investment.  Its investors range from tech savvy investment professionals to regular people with limited investing experience.  The industry has garnered a reputation of high-risk, high-reward investments that make for tempting opportunities for those comfortable with educated gambling.  Like gambling, the drawback of crypto investment is the potentially massive losses

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Are You Protected from Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Lawsuits?

Interest in cryptocurrency and the blockchain technology behind it has soared since the 2009 launch of bitcoin. However, as with any new and evolving area of law and regulation, cryptocurrency litigation risk is high. If you are interested in investing in cryptocurrency, offering your own currency, or developing technology using blockchain, it is crucial to

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Can You Sue a Cryptocurrency Exchange?

Investments in cryptocurrency have seen an astronomical rise over the last decade.  This rise has been fueled by the growing acceptance of cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin and Ether, among mainstream investors and companies, such as Tesla Inc., Mastercard Inc., and BNY Mellon.  Bitcoin has also been deemed legal tender by at least one country, and others

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Investors Beware: Cryptocurrency Litigation is on the Rise

Dramatic price increases in cryptocurrencies are driving interest among investors.  This interest has been fueled by celebrities, social media influencers and the media.  Despite the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies, there is still a significant degree of uncertainty in the relevant legal landscape.  This is primarily because the regulation of digital currencies is still evolving.  The

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