Initial Coin Offering: FINMA non-action letter for crypto art service firm obtained

With the support of our lawyers a Zug based company engaging in the digitalizing of art obtained a non-action letter from FINMA in connection with an Initial Coin Offering (ICO).  The tokens to be issued provide rights to use a software to create digital copies of 2- and 3-dimensional objects by using standard cell phone cameras and to transfer ownership rights on digital assets on the blockchain.

| Christian Maeder, Paul Thalmann

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Christian Maeder
Christian Maeder
Attorney at Law, Certified Tax Expert
christian.maeder@reichlinhess.ch
Paul Thalmann
Paul Thalmann
Attorney at law, Notary Public
paul.thalmann@reichlinhess.ch

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