50 attorneys have joined forces to form another blockchain industry advocacy group. The Digital Currency and Ledger Defense Coalition (DCLDC) will focus its efforts on legal issues that surround the digital currency and blockchain environment.
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50 Legal Experts Join Forces to Protect Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Participants
The group announced DCLDC on October 3, saying it aims to help protect individuals and groups involved in blockchain and cryptocurrency initiatives from legal harm. Additionally, the group has over 50 legal experts — as well as a board of directors.
The DCLDC board includes Brian Klein of Baker Marquart LLP; Marcia Hofmann of Zeitgeist Law; and Jerry Brito, executive director of Coin Center. The DCLDC will also be a non-profit service aimed at protecting constitutional rights. The group’s website states:
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