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Cryptocurrency & Blockchain

With Web 3.0 at the core of an extensive technology movement, a struggle between possibility and regulation has emerged. In seeking to create a secure space that connects users and software without intermediaries, Web 3.0 is ushering in an entirely new approach to commerce and exchange. At the same time, it is clear that existing policies, government agencies, and legal foundations cannot keep pace. As a result, those operating within this new phase of the Internet must comply with long-established, albeit ill-fitting, structures that often slow, prevent, and stifle innovation.

At Gotham, our team is committed to offering legal, regulatory, advocacy, and policy support for those pioneering the technology of tomorrow. Our solution-based strategies are designed to educate policymakers, challenge old models, and, ultimately, clear the path to success.

Cryptocurrencies and Blockchains

Alongside the rise of virtual currencies and blockchain technologies come new opportunities for those who invest in, use, and develop them. However, as with all new markets, navigating the legal and political landscapes in which they exist can be challenging.

The experts at Gotham Government Relations can offer individualized plans, advice, and inside understanding to clients seeking to assimilate these technologies into their current or prospective business models. Here are some of the ways we can help:

  • Advocacy support for regulatory change

  • Representation in state and federal enforcement actions

  • Guidance and legal aid concerning:

    • Regulatory processes

    • Contracts

    • Privacy and security concerns (corporate, consumer, and investment)

    • Initial coin offerings (ICOs) or token-generating events (TGEs)

    • Tax concerns


Gotham Government Relations to set up a meeting by calling (212) 641-0499 Ext. 54103. 

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