Buckle up for the bitcoin legal revolution

The brave new world of crypto derivatives needs new thinking for its legal framework, says D2LT CEO

Buckling up for the bitcoin revolution
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Global finance is poised on the brink of its most exciting development for a generation – the industrial-scale embrace of distributed ledger technology (DLT) – the digital asset revolution.

Just 10 years ago, digital assets barely existed. Today they have a market value of $3 trillion.

And the extraordinary pace of innovation within cryptocurrencies and NFTs [non-fungible tokens] means it has now become imperative to build a credible and consistent legal framework for contracts governing

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