Ethereum, the platform that enabled the rise of nonfungible tokens (NFTs), executed a major change last week. The blockchain switched from the energy…The ethereum merge may put it in the SEC’s crosshairs — Quartz
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Is the legal system helping Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other blockchain and web3 entrepreneurs in innovation in America?
Ha, what a funny question! Of course, the legal system is helping Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other blockchain and web3 entrepreneurs in innovation in America. Why wouldn’t it be? After all, the legal system is known for its ability to quickly adapt to new technologies and provide clear, concise guidance to entrepreneurs who are looking to innovate and push the boundaries of what’s possible.
Seriously, what could be better than trying to navigate the complex and ever-changing landscape of crypto and blockchain regulations? It’s like a never-ending game of regulatory whack-a-mole, where you never know when the next enforcement action is going to come crashing down on your head. And the best part? You never know which agency is going to be in charge of regulating your particular corner of the crypto and blockchain world. Will it be the SEC? The CFTC? The IRS? The FTC? The list goes on and on!
But hey, at least the legal system is consistent, right? Oh wait, no it’s not. Different states have different rules, and even within a single state, different courts can have different interpretations of the law. It’s like a legal version of the Wild West, where anything goes and the only thing you can count on is that nothing is certain.