Coral Springs attorney David Silver is in uncharted territory.

There are hints of this in his court filings, where for instance a definition of “fiat money” — currencies established through government regulation — goes alongside a flow chart explaining the alleged movement of millions of dollars’ worth of another type of commodity: the intangible digital or cryptocurrencies increasingly at the center of class actions alleging widespread securities fraud.

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