Since the release of Bitcoin in 2009, cryptocurrency and other cryptoassets have steadily grown in popularity, attracting both more and increasingly well-known investors. Banks are becoming more and more interested in it, and companies specializing in technology, security, finance and insurance are all taking notice and finding their niche within the blockchain industry as well.

Unfortunately, despite their decade-long existence, the laws and regulation around cryptoassets are still in their infancy.

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