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Crypto and Digital Assets Law and Regulation

Crypto and Digital Assets Law and Regulation
ISBN:  9780414115101
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  19 Dec 2023
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Format:  Hardback
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Crypto and digital assets include everything from Bitcoin to bonds to Bored Apes to buildings. They are both a new asset class and a means of digitalisation of traditional financial markets. They are also the currency of the next stage of the internet. In this unique and definitive new book, Charles Kerrigan and a range of expert contributors analyse the law on crypto and digital assets in an integrated way that provides strong guidance and all the answers that practitioners working in this new (and difficult) area of the law need to know.

Crypto and Digital Assets Law and Regulation provides a thorough yet concise explanation of legal fundamentals such as cryptoasset regulation in the UK, Europe and the USA, and the legal principles relating to block chain and distributed ledger technologies. It clearly explains key concepts such as smart contracts, payments, tokenisation, central bank digital currencies, stablecoins, digital asset exchanges, wallets, lending transactions, security interests, decentralised finance, yield, NFTs, blockchain and crypto analytics, fundraising, venture capital investment, taxation, personal data and the blockchain, intellectual property, outsourcing, disputes and restructuring and insolvency.

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CONTENTS

  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Chapter 1. General introduction to crypto and digital assets
  • Chapter 2. Technical introduction to crypto and digital assets
  • Chapter 3. Crypto and digital assets markets
  • Chapter 4. Legal principles relating to blockchain and distributed ledger technologies: a taxonomy
  • Chapter 5. Private law considerations relating to blockchain systems
  • Chapter 6. Smart contracts
  • Chapter 7. Cryptoasset Regulation in the United Kingdom
  • Chapter 8. Risks relating to crypto and digital assets
  • Chapter 9. Payments
  • Chapter 10. Tokenisation
  • Chapter 11. Central Bank Digital Currencies
  • Chapter 12. Stablecoins
  • Chapter 13. Digital Asset Exchanges
  • Chapter 14. Wallets
  • Chapter 15. Lending transactions
  • Chapter 16. Security interests and Collateral
  • Chapter 17. Derivatives
  • Chapter 18. Custody, Control & Intermediated Holding Services for Crypto-Tokens
  • Chapter 19. DeFi, Decentralised Finance
  • Chapter 20. Yield
  • Chapter 21. NFTs
  • Chapter 22. Metaverse and Web3
  • Chapter 23. Decentralised Infrastructure and Interoperability Facilitating DeFi
  • Chapter 24. Blockchain and Crypto Analytics
  • Chapter 25. Fundraising
  • Chapter 26. Venture Capital investment
  • Chapter 27. Warranties in corporate transaction involving tokens or blockchains
  • Chapter 28. US Regulation of Crypto and Digital Assets
  • Chapter 29. European Regulation of Crypto and Digital Assets – Part 1: Frameworks and Competition Laws
  • Chapter 30. European Regulation of Crypto and Digital Assets – Part 2: Markets in Crypto-Asset Regulation (MiCAR)
  • Chapter 31. Taxation
  • Chapter 32. Personal Data and the Blockchain
  • Chapter 33. Intellectual Property
  • Chapter 34. Outsourcing
  • Chapter 35. Disputes
  • Chapter 36. Restructuring and Insolvency
  • Chapter 37. Trade bodies
  • Index
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