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Lex Futurus Group

Blockchain & Decentralised Ledger Training,
Strategy Consulting, Research and Legal Advisory

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Why choose Lex Futurus Group?

Internationality Internationality

Internationality

Lex Futurus Group – is a leading International Law Firms Association with a team of top-tier professionals in blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) training, consultancy services and legal advisory. Our diverse team includes qualified lawyers with cross-border experience from the United Kingdom (UK), Singapore, Malaysia, Nigeria, Russian Federation, United States(US), and it is expanding.

High professionalism

Members of Lex Futurus Group team constantly maintain and enhance their professional skills, and continually stay up-to-date on changes in blockchain and regulation of other distributed ledger technologies all over the world. At Lex Futurus Group we are committed to providing the highest quality training, consultancy services and legal advisory to support our clients.

High professionalism High professionalism
Expertise Expertise

Expertise

The rapid pace of technological and digital change transformed the conventional legal landscape. Knowledge of law is no longer enough to provide a client with qualified legal advice. Understanding of technology – that is what matters now. At Lex Futurus Group we understand the technology. We speak your language.  

Our Geography

the USA

the USA

+33 06 67 76 38 48

Malta

Malta

the UK

the UK

+44-7973-633495

Russia

Russia

+7 (909) 01-05-165

Malaysia

Malaysia

+6-012-252-872-9

Nigeria

Nigeria

+2-348-068-349-439

Singapore

Singapore

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Regulating

30/11

Regulating Crypto-assets for the Finance Market of Tomorrow

24 November, 2019.  The free market, non-central bank monetary instrument bitcoin money (crypto-asset) revolution, like the mythical bird phoenix, rose from the ashes of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) of 2007 – 2008. Its Genesis Block mined on the 12th of January, 2009, and 50 bitcoins first traded on the authochtonous chain codebase. According to […]

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Bank

14/03

Bank of Ghana Regulatory Sandbox Favours Crypto-asset Products

Newsletter #4 14th March, 2021.  Weeks have passed since the Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN) pronounced its crypto-asset transaction ban policy through a circular dated 5th February, 2021. As if taking a cue from its Nigeria central bank counterpart in the emergent cryptocurrency adoption and mainstreaming competition, the central bank of another Sub-Saharan West African country […]

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Re:

28/02

Re: Did the Central Bank of Nigeria Crypto-asset Ban Mislead the Public?

Newsletter #3 28th February, 2021. Central bank misleads citizens by claim it did not place “new restrictions on cryptocurrencies”.   Pursuant to the Nigeria central banking system authority crypto-ban policy pronouncement 5th February, 2021, all regulated Deposit Money Banks(DMBs), Non-Bank Financial Institutions(NBFIs), and Other Financial Institutions(OFIs) were “directed to identify persons and/or entities transacting in or […]

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When

15/02

When CBDCs Become Common

Introduction – CBDCs Many governments dislike Bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies, because it deprives them of control and surveillance. Cryptocurrencies can be used as a closed loop, i.e. within a closed ecosystem, without ever touching the fiat monetary system. The only problem would be onboarding, because how would the majority of people who do not mine, […]

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