Yesterday – Pat Daugherty @daughertylawyer from Foley and Lardner gave a guest lecture in our Blockchain, Cryptocurrency & Law at Illinois Tech – Chicago Kent Law. The lecture was entitled “When Howey Met Satoshi: Securities Law and Digital Assets.” Lots of key ideas and a very good capstone for us this semester.
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Meanwhile Goldman suggests it all might be going to zero or better stated “most cryptocurrencies will ultimately fall to zero as current iterations are ‘too primitive’ to be viable in the long term.” There is merit to the Goldman view – I would say the question to focus upon is what is actually going to persist here -for us the key is probably helping incumbents learn how to incorporate crypto tech into their respective business models.