While 2020 will almost certainly not be remembered as the year in which cryptocurrency and digital assets made their long-promised arrival as a mainstay of financial transactions — overshadowed as they were by domestic politics and a global pandemic — the past 11 months marked another significant step in that ongoing journey.
Litigation & enforcement partner Jeremiah Williams, litigation & enforcement counsel Helen Gugel and litigation & enforcement associate Stefan Schropp co-authored an article titled “Outlook For Digital Assets May Improve In 2021” published by Law360 on Dec. 3, which discusses some of the factors that may influence the direction of this burgeoning industry as the country transitions toward a new administration.
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