IJBL Article: UK Rules, While Strict, Nonetheless Avoid America’s Securitarian Trap

Volume VII of the International Journal of Blockchain Law (IJBL) is now live, and an article I wrote is in it!

The IJBL is published by the Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC).  IJBL is written and edited entirely by lawyers, and designed to help interested legal, business and non-legal communities better understand the regulatory world of blockchain and digital asset tech.

Volume VII explores the evolution of UK’s pioneering cryptocurrency regulation since 2009, in which I argue that the UK is charting a more fruitful regulatory course than the United States. Other articles cover the Southern District of New York’s recent rulings around token issuances and sales, the General Division of the Singapore High Court’s stance on cryptocurrency in insolvency contexts, and an analysis of International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO)’s DeFi Consultation Report. 

Check it out for free here: https://gbbcouncil.org/initiatives/international-journal-blockchain-law/