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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.
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