Lex Mundi has published a new interactive guide, the Lex Mundi Global Token Sales Guide. This complimentary global resource, developed by members of Lex Mundi's blockchain working group, is an interactive tool to help in-house counsel, investors and regulators alike learn more about regulatory regimes surrounding initial coin offerings in jurisdictions across the globe.
Drawing from the expertise of Lex Mundi member law firms, the Lex Mundi Global Token Sales Guide provides a detailed summary of current regulatory regimes in 20 jurisdictions around the world. As this is a rapidly evolving area of law, users can rely on this guide to provide the latest regulatory approaches to token sales.
The guide will continue to be updated as regulators change their stance toward ICOs and enforcement actions continue to clarify the application of existing laws to ICOs.
The guide’s innovative format allows users to search for and download an individual jurisdiction’s report or compare information and requirements from multiple jurisdictions in a side-by-side customizable report. This guide can be accessed free of charge on the Lex Mundi website at: www.lexmundi.com/lexmundi/Token_Sales_Guide.asp.
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