The growth of blockchain, as a technological ecosystem, has been phenomenal over the past years. According to estimates, the global blockchain market size will reach $69.04 billion by 2027, up from $2.01 billion in 2019. When translated into a percentage growth rate, it means a CAGR of 56.1% for the forecast period.
This revolutionizing growth of blockchain is motivating a lot of ancillary blockchain-related services to develop and grow as well. Bull Blockchain Law Firm has been one such provider that empowers the industry with legal services rooted in the founders’ passion for blockchain. As a dedicated blockchain law firm, Bull focuses on bringing regulatory clarity across multiple jurisdictions, ensuring compliance and efficiency.
Andrew Bull, Esq. is the founding partner of the Bull Blockchain Law firm. A master’s degree holder from the Thomas R. Kline School of Law, Drexel University, Andrew specializes in technology-based transactions. Andrew’s master’s thesis was on the regulation of cryptocurrencies. Before founding Bull Blockchain Law LLP, Andrew founded a digital asset investment fund and one of the first cryptocurrency mining companies in the US.
Tyler Harttraft, another partner of the firm, is also a master’s degree holder from the Thomas R. Kline School of Law, Drexel University. Tyler is a regular counsel for a host of global and U.S.-based clients on regulatory and compliance requirements. He focuses on cutting-edge technologies such as blockchain and digital assets. His role is to offer clarity in navigating complex federal regulations enforced by FinCEN, the SEC, and the CFTC.
The firm-ecosystem also includes its partners, such as Securitize, iComply, BlockDrop, Verify, BitcoinIRA, Stonegate, Nexus, and VegaWallet.
Bull Blockchain Law firm covers the entire spectrum of blockchain-related services, including digital assets, securities, and token offerings; broker-dealer, money service business, and money transmitter licensing; cryptocurrency markets and digital payment systems; intellectual property, patent, trademark, and copyright law; blockchain and crypto advising, tax, and corporate governance.
The firm deals with regulators on behalf of its clients to ensure their blockchain technology business is compliant. The law firm focuses on a host of blockchain technology subdomains, including distributed ledger technology, smart contracts, public and private blockchain consulting, tokenization, information and security, and supply chain.
Bull Blockchain Law attorneys will also guide you through the regulatory registration requirements essential to any entity looking to offer or purchase digital assets. They cover all the relevant areas of security token offering, initial exchange offering, DeFi tokenization, NFTs, and other digital collectibles, international offering, IPOs, and SPACs, and more.
To work with Bull Blockchain Law LLP, you can start with a 30-minute consultation with Tyler J. Harttraft. Once the firm confirms your appointment, you will receive your Zoom web-conferencing details.