January 30, 2018 News

MoCo Cryptocurrency Litigation Tracker

The MoCo Cryptocurrency Litigation Tracker keeps watch on all the latest cryptocurrency and blockchain litigation developments.  We track SEC, CFTC, and criminal litigation; other public regulatory proceedings and summary orders; class action and private litigation; and major pronouncements by U.S. regulators about cryptocurrency.

We also regularly update the Tracker to include the key rulings in these litigations, so the public and cryptocurrency community can stay informed about the latest case law developments.

For more information, contact Jason P. Gottlieb - 212.735.8837 -

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1. SEC Litigation
2. CFTC Litigation
3. Criminal Proceedings
4. Other Regulatory Litigation and Proceedings
5. Cease and Desist Orders / Settlement Orders / Summary Suspensions
6. Class Action and Other Private Litigation
7. U.S. Regulatory Pronouncements

Recent articles by the MoCo Cryptocurrency Litigation team:

Crypto Enforcement Actions and Litigation Report 2018”, Bloomberg Law, (March 15, 2019)
The SEC’s Paragon Coin and AirFox Settlements: a Path Forward?”, Bloomberg Law (November 30, 2018)
Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement”, Lexis Practice Advisor Financial Services Regulation (November 2018)
With States' Crypto Regulation, Problems Multiply”, Law360 (May 24, 2018)
Jurisdictional Overreach by Regulators in Cryptocurrency Actions”, Law360 (April 12, 2018)
Insider Trading and Cryptocurrency: A Primer for Traders”, Bloomberg Law – Securities Regulation & Law Report (February 19, 2018)
SEC, CFTC Testify to Senate Banking Committee About Hopes, Fears, and Future Actions on Cryptocurrencies”, PaymentsJournal (February 7, 2018)
"For Blockchain, a Coming Wave of Change?", The National Law Journal (October 1, 2017)

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