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Can Bitcoin Be Sued?

Carlton Fields blockchain attorney Andrew (Drew) Hinkes was quoted in a Forbes article about the civil asset forfeiture case United States of America v. 155 Virtual Currency Assets, which involves bitcoin transactions that funded terrorist organizations. Civil asset forfeiture cases can be controversial, Hinkes said.

“The extent of controversy is in some respects in the eye of the beholder,” he told Forbes. “Cryptocurrency continues to be a topic of interest to many because of its novelty and complexity.”

READ: Forbes, “Can Bitcoin Be Sued?


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