Cryptocurrency started with birth of bitcoin in 2009 and since then have been getting traction from both people and governments. A few countries have accepted bitcoin as a legal mode of payment whereas many countries are struggling with this idea and are not sure how to deal with it.
Cryptocurrency and Blockchain have given birth to ICOs a new way of raising money from crowd. Regulatory agencies are still struggling to categorise it. Some are calling them as securities whereas some call them as asset and others currency.
Many ICOs have also come out as fraud to cheat people of their money and there are many court cases going on across the globe.
With the developing scenarios it is becoming of utmost importance for law professionals to understand this space and build their point of view in order to be able to advise their clients, both individuals and companies, on this topic.
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