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Thawing out: is the crypto winter over?

As regulators seem to have reconsidered their once icy stances towards new crypto products and with the courts flexing their muscles with regard to crypto criminality, crypto winters seem a thing of the past. A new era of digital assets beckons.

In this article for IFLR, Keith Oliver and Amalia Neenan FitzGerald dissect recent crypto activity, starting with the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s approval of 11 new bitcoin exchange-traded funds and the recent UK case involving Dr Craig Wright, in which the High Court found that he was not Satoshi Nakamoto, bitcoin’s creator.

They also discuss how the tide is turning against rampant criminal activity and why we might be witnessing a sort of digital assets renaissance.

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