Assessing the odds of Gensler, SEC targeting DOGE, SHIB next

In one of our recent commentary issues, we analyzed why sticking it to Coinbase and Ripple wasn’t really the best move on the SEC’s part. In this month’s issue, however, we’ll be assessing which class might end up being the next target of the same regulatory agency.  In April this year, when the Senate confirmed… Continue reading Assessing the odds of Gensler, SEC targeting DOGE, SHIB next

Cardano to $1 – Assessing if it is too much of a long shot

Cardano has only been shedding value of late. It is a known fact that this alt rarely rallies alongside other large-cap coins. Its historic not-so-high correlation with Bitcoin and Ethereum is a testament that the alt has decoupled itself somewhat from broader market trends. After depreciating by 5% and 6.2% on the daily and weekly… Continue reading Cardano to $1 – Assessing if it is too much of a long shot

NFTs and the Right of Publicity: Assessing the Legal Risks | Latham & Watkins LLP

NFT creators should craft strategies to avoid minting or auctioning NFTs that use the likeness of an individual without their consent. As non-fungible tokens (NFTs) increase in popularity, the so-called common law “right of publicity” may create additional legal risks for NFT minters. The common law right of publicity prevents the commercial exploitation of an… Continue reading NFTs and the Right of Publicity: Assessing the Legal Risks | Latham & Watkins LLP