Kinda too longI agree, Crypto and DeFi are definitely going to become heavily regulated over the next few years. LegalCrypto and CryptoLegal seem to be taken in most extensions, but I see LegalCryptoCoins.com is available... think I should register it?
The crypto/web3 world
We look at the 40% percent of American men 18-29 who've ever touched crypto. Will they know about these firms? How they gonna find help?
Totes. All great points! We look at the 40% percent of American men 18-29 who've ever touched crypto. Will they know about these firms? How they gonna find help? Just a hunch they're gonna search and the SEO exact match names help. We'll see how it goes!
I thought it was fun to watch when everyone suddenly became an "art collector", but hasn't that gotten worn out by now?
So it looks to us like a ton of people put money into, at best, speculative unregulated financial instruments. For this reason, it seems not-unthinkable that crypto becomes a new personal finance and business practice area for lawyers. It's just one interpretation of an industry with multiple complex dynamics at play.Help with what? The crypto legal issue they found themselves in by, uh (checks notes) never touching crypto?
I spend a lot of time explaining domain legal issues and one thing I’ve learned from Namepros is that no matter where I start, maybe I should have started at a more basic point.
So, just in case I never mentioned this, I can say, as one of the relatively well known lawyers in the field of domain names, that one of the absolute best ways to avoid any domain name legal problem is to avoid getting involved with domain names.
I haven’t done as much with crypto, but I’d be willing to guess the same principle might apply.