Blockchain disrupts traditional business models by allowing decentralized data storage at minimal costs. This allows the usage of digital tokens in multiple ways: for exchanges, for rewards, for information and more.
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At DWF we are committed to becoming the leading global law firm for regulatory challenges arising in the context of Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies, including cryptocurrencies.
By collaborating with distinguished Blockchain experts we combine our pre-existing expertise in financial regulation with the technological capabilities required to become a global leader in the cryptocurrency and Blockchain space.
Our Global Blockchain Leadership Team is located in Berlin, one of the leading hubs for Blockchain startups and research. Regular exchange with the local crypto and Blockchain community keeps us up-to-date on relevant developments.
Our long-standing relationships with regulators and financial authorities all over Europe enables us to solve our clients’ compliance issues with ease.
"European Commission tackles financing risks linked to virtual currencies", 13 September 2016, DLA Piper Insights, Nicolette Kost De Sevres, Bart Chilton, Bradley Cohen, Tom H. Braegelmann LL.M., Dr. Nina-Luisa Siedler
"When two cultures collide - Blockchain and the law: Regardless of the special technology‘s success, the general trend behind it is not stoppable" Dr. Nina-Luisa Siedler und Tom H. Brägelmann, LL.M, Business Law Magazine - Technology and Law - Nr. 3, 8 September 2016, p 17-20
"Zwei Kulturen prallen aufeinander. Blockchain und Recht im Spannungsfeld - Standorte im Wettbewerb um neue Technologie - Zuverlässige Regeln wünschenswert" Guest Article Börsen-Zeitung, 20 August 2016, p 9