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Knight Dragon Offers Property Backed Security Tokens, Digital Assets Said to Deliver 80% of Gross Profit of London Development

Knight Dragon Investments Limited has announced the tokenization of a central London property with an expected market valuation of £140 million. Issued by its subsidiary, KD Tokens Limited, the digital asset represents an economic interest in the Upper Riverside Development located at the corporation’s ten… Read More

All in on Crypto Enforcement: SEC Beefs Up Crypto Asset and Cyber Unit to Target Digital Asset Transgressions

Announced last week, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) revealed its intent to step up its crypto enforcement actions with a newly renamed Crypto Assets and Cyber Unit doubling its headcount. The SEC outlined its reinvigorated mission as targeting digital asset offerings, crypto exchanges, lending… Read More

Baker McKenzie Introduces Fintech Counsel Fund

Baker McKenzie is introducing the Fintech Counsel Fund in order to offer practical support to three selected financial technology firms as they focus on making a meaningful impact on the Fintech sector. Via the program, Baker McKenzie will be offering their three finalists with a… Read More

M&A Attorney Lawrence C. Lee at Baker McKenzie: “We will likely experience continuing consolidation in the Fintech sector”

Lawrence C. Lee is a top merger and acquisitions attorney operating in the Fintech sector. A partner at Baker McKenzie and based in Palo Alto, Lee was previously in-house counsel for Coinbase where he led strategic transactions and investments. More recently, Lee and his team… Read More

Equity Crowdfunding Electric Car Company Uniti Plans ICO

Uniti, a Swedish electric car company that is in the midst of an investment crowdfunding round, has announced the creation of a new cryptocurrency and forthcoming Initial Coin Offering (ICO). Uniti states it is in the midst of  launching the “world’s first Certified Green” ICO. The… Read More

Baker & McKenzie Sponsors SuperCharger Fintech Accelerator

Global law firm Baker & McKenzie will be supporting Hong Kong-based SuperCharger Fintech Accelerators 2.0. Baker & McKenzie is very active in China with offices in Hong Kong, Beijing, and Shanghai. Baker & McKenzie was previously a supporter of SuperCharger FinTech Accelerator 1.0 – the… Read More

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