Holland & Knight attorneys contributed to the Global Legal Insights' Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Regulation 2019 book that covers government attitude and definition, cryptocurrency regulation, sales regulation, taxation, money transmission laws and anti-money laundering requirements, promotion and testing, ownership and licensing requirements, mining, border restrictions and more.
Technology Partner Joe Dewey served as the book's contributing editor. He also authored the industry chapter titled "The Loan Market, Blockchain, and Smart Contracts: The Potential for Transformative Change" and the USA country chapter.
Intellectual Property team members Joshua Krumholz, Ieuan Mahony, Brian Colandreo and Jacob Schneider authored the "Blockchain and Intellectual Property: A Case Study" chapter that helps an IP practitioner identify some of the issues that may affect blockchain development and adoption.
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