May 4, 2021
12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT
Digital assets have evolved in many ways since Satoshi Nakamoto published the Bitcoin whitepaper on October 31, 2008. Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are the latest digital assets gaining popularity. 2021 has already featured some of the highest profile sales of NFTs such as the $69 million sale of Beeple’s “Everydays: the First 5,000 Days,” the $600,000 sale of the Nyan Cat meme, and the hundreds of millions of dollars of transactions have been effectuated since the launch of NBA Top Shot, an online-only marketplace where users can buy, sell and trade NBA highlights. Regulatory scrutiny of NFTs is unfolding and participants in the NFT ecosystem should be mindful not to unwittingly run afoul of applicable laws and regulations.
Join Crowell & Moring’s multi-disciplinary Digital Assets team for an open discussion of NFTs, a review of potentially applicable laws and regulations and their application in NFTs.
- Partner Michelle Gitlitz, global head of the firm’s Blockchain and Digital Assets Practice
- Gauthier Zuppinger, Chief Operating Officer at NonFungible.com, a leading NFT valuation, consulting, and research company
- Partner Caroline Brown, former attorney-advisor at FinCEN (the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network) and the Treasury Department’s Office of General Counsel, Enforcement and Intelligence and the DOJ’s National Security Division
- Partner Michel Narganes, leading commercial and tech transactions partner, including those dealing with digital assets
- Associate Carissa Wilson, practitioner focusing on IP, Torts, and Advertising & Media
We invite you to pose your questions now (via the registration page) and during the live event.