When is a digital token a security? It has the ring of modern haiku, but it’s a serious question to securities lawyers operating on the cutting edge of the crypto-world.

We caught up with Fenwick & West partner Michael Dicke, the former enforcement chief of the San Francisco regional Securities and Exchange Commission office, to tackle the question. It was good timing, too, since the SEC issued some guidance on the topic Wednesday.

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