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Anthony Tu-Sekine, partner and head of Seward & Kissel’s Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Group, recently participated in a Financial Times’ FundFire panel titled, “Hedge Funds, Crypto and Digital Assets: What Comes Next?” Along with panelists from Morgan Creek Capital Management, Wilshire, and the Fairfax County Police Officers Retirement System, Anthony discussed institutional investors’ increasing interest in digital assets, cryptocurrency, and NFTs.

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As the head of Seward & Kissel’s Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Group and a frequent commentator on all things crypto, Anthony advises clients on a wide range of evolving topics, including how to structure and issue security and utility tokens, registered and unregistered offerings of security tokenstoken custody, transfer and liquidity issues, non-security opinions, and investments in crypto assets by funds and other investors. A recognized leader on physical precious metals funds, Anthony represented APMEX Inc. and alternative asset manager Sprott Inc. in connection with the launch of OneGold.com, which allows investors to own gold documented on blockchain.

You can work with regulators or you can really try to piss them off… If you really want to do the latter, then you should expect that they will bring every tool they have against you.

Anthony’s thoughts on BitMEX indictment, as published in Law360 article “BitMEX Case Seen as Blessing in Disguise for Crypto Sector”