Blockchain and Smart Contract Law: U.S. and International Perspectives
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Blockchain and Smart Contract Law: U.S. and International Perspectives is a practical guide for lawyers, accountants, entrepreneurs, and businesses in the technology sector who need to understand the legal and regulatory landscape of digital assets and Blockchain-related technologies. The publication addresses the current state of the law and new interpretations by regulators in response to ongoing innovations that continue to raise novel legal issues and make the enforcement of laws and regulations increasingly difficult. The book examines U.S., Canada, offshore, and international jurisdictions that have become influential in the regulation of digital assets and Blockchain-related technologies.
Blockchain and Smart Contract Law: U.S. and International Perspectives provides a unique analysis of the impact of financial technologies on multiple legal disciplines, including securities law considerations, tax treatment of digital assets, business structuring, anti-money laundering, smart contracts, intellectual property, and estate planning.
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Table of contents
INTRODUCTION Disrupting Conventional Wisdom
PART 1 SECURITIES
Chapter 1.1 Securities Law Considerations for Blockchain/Digital Asset Offerings
Chapter 1.2 Cryptocurrency and the Evolution of Securities Regulations on Blockchain Technologies
Chapter 1.3 Overview of Proposed European Union Markets in Crypto Assets Regulations
Chapter 1.4 Crypto Assets in Regulatory and Civil Proceedings
Chapter 1.5 Airdrops, Token Bounties, and Dividends: Lessons from Canadian Experience
PART 2 TAX
Chapter 2.1 U.S. Income and Excise Taxation of Virtual Currencies and Blockchain Assets
Chapter 2.2 Overview of Canadian Taxation of Cryptocurrencies
Chapter 2.3 Blockchain Business Structuring and Tax Considerations in Canada
Chapter 2.4 Indirect Tax Implications of Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Technology
Chapter 2.5 Blockchain Business Structuring: Offshore Foundations and International Business Companies
PART 3 ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING
Chapter 3 Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, and Proliferation Financing
PART 4 SMART CONTRACTS
Chapter 4.1 Introduction to Smart Contracts and the Law
Chapter 4.2 Smart Contracts 101 – From a Technical to a Legal Understanding
PART 5 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Chapter 5 Intellectual Property in Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology
PART 6 ESTATE PLANNING AND DIGITAL ASSETS
Chapter 6 Estate Planning and Digital Assets
PART 7 SECURITY AND CUSTODY
Chapter 7 Security Issues for Cryptographic Asset Wallets
PART 8 INSOLVENCY
Chapter 8 Overview of Treatment of Cryptocurrency in Insolvency
PART 9 CASE STUDIES
Chapter 9.1 Central Bank Digital Currencies: Significance, Developments, and Analysis Relating to Implementation of a Digital Dollar
Chapter 9.2 Decentralized Finance Using Blockchain Technology: Use Cases