In the world of virtual currencies and Blockchain transactions, where parties all over the globe may deal with one another through electronic systems and internet communications, and parties traffic in ‘virtual’ assets that have no real physical location, what is a ‘domestic transaction’ and what is not? When can US securities laws apply to such transactions? Robert A. Schwinger addresses these concerns.

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