Crypto Lawyers

Composed of specialist lawyers in securities, gaming, IP, gambling regulation, data security, and other key disciplines, Gamma Law’s crypto and blockchain lawyers support clients to capitalize fully on business opportunities and overcome legal roadblocks in this dynamic space. With expertise in all aspects of crypto regulation and the rapidly developing legal environment in this space, our team of attorneys helps clients navigate uncertainty to accomplish their objectives.

Gamma Law’s crypto and blockchain lawyers support startups and established businesses with the development and implementation of crypto-based business models. Our comprehensive expertise in crypto encompasses blockchain games (including anti-gambling regulation), token-based financings, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), crypto fund formation, and related matters.

Experts in Crypto and Blockchain-Related Businesses

Gamma Law’s crypto and blockchain lawyers leverage decades of experience supporting cutting-edge companies in the fast-moving technology and content businesses. We have significant experience with SEC regulatory compliance as well as developing guidance from the SEC and other agencies regarding crypto and blockchain. We regularly support crypto clients to navigate securities laws, KYC/AML compliance, money-services business regulations, and other regulatory limitations as they develop and implement their business models.

We are the go-to law firm for clients building metaverse and other video games and virtual-world applications utilizing crypto. No other specialist law firm offers the experience and capabilities that we provide clients in this space. Led by Managing Partner David Hoppe, with nearly 20 years’ experience in video games law and deep experience as a securities and international transactional lawyer, Gamma Law supports the companies building the next generation of virtual experiences to players and metaverse citizens throughout the world.

Drawing on decades of experience in content businesses, we provide value-added legal guidance to clients with NFT tokenizations of visual art as well as physical collectible items, including negotiating agreements with IP owners and advising on appropriate end-user license terms.

Gamma Law’s international experience and cross-border transactional expertise uniquely position our lawyers to support clients with crypto and blockchain systems, which are fundamentally borderless in nature. Effective legal guidance for companies in crypto and blockchain requires counsel with the experience and network of relationships in various jurisdictions to provide comprehensive advice, not limited to the laws of a single country.

Token-Based Financings and Crypto Funds

Token-based financings continue to provide emerging companies with funding opportunities that are unavailable through conventional public or private channels. However, volatility and regulatory uncertainty make experienced legal support a crucial component of any token-based financing plan. Similarly, the formation of and fundraising for crypto and token investment funds necessitates the support of crypto lawyers who are familiar with longstanding securities regulatory practices and interpretations as well as current applications.

Securities and Finance Background

A unicorn among boutique law firms, Gamma Law possesses decades of experience in securities finance, securities regulation, and SEC matters. Gamma Law lawyers have worked with premier Wall Street law firms, managing multi-billion dollar debt and equity financings, investment fund formations, and securities transactions. Our experience includes advising on securities compliance for domestic and offshore offerings and private placements, broker-dealer and exchange regulations, federal and state money-services business and wire-transfer laws, and token-related licensing/IP issues.

An in-depth understanding of securities regulations and current SEC interpretations is essential when planning and executing token-based financings, forming investment funds, fundraising, and participating in secondary-market transactions.

Gamma Law’s industry expertise allows us to provide perspectives and insights regarding potentially critical issues and risks that arise daily and of which relative newcomers to the space may be unaware.

Virtual General Counsel Services

Gamma Law provides turnkey virtual general counsel services to companies in the crypto and blockchain businesses. We manage both high-value transactions as well as day-to-day legal matters, freeing executives to focus on their businesses.

Contact us to learn more about Gamma Law’s crypto and blockchain practice to discuss how we can help you achieve your objectives.

For more information, please see our article on general counsel services. Also, please visit the Gamma Law Blockchain Blog and Cryptocurrencies Blog for up-to-the-minute insights and news.

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Selected Transactions

  • Advise a world-leading blockchain-based trading game regarding all crypto-related aspects of its business.
  • Advise a major international hospitality company on a tokenization program relating to high-profile physical assets tradeable within and outside of a virtual world.
  • Advised a major international character licensor in connection with a large-budget blockchain collectibles game.
  • Supported a blockchain game developer in connection with an offshore token offering.
  • Continuing representation as outside general counsel for an AR/crypto startup, including advising on innovative NFT models.
  • Advised a startup in connection with an AR-based platform for NFT characters.
  • Represented San Francisco fund manager in connection with establishment of $10 million blockchain investment fund covering tokens as well as equity in blockchain-related startups.

The Gamma Law team understands blockchain games and began adding value immediately. The have a thorough understanding of the laws and regulations that apply to our business and have provided critical guidance and advice.

Dirk Lueth – Co-Founder, Uplandme, Inc.

These testimonials or endorsements do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.