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The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS Act) reimagined private capital formation in the United States, and transformed how startups and small businesses can access capital for their ventures.

Our Firm has ground-floor experience navigating the JOBS Act exemptions to help you make the right connections in the equity crowdfunding industry. We strive to make capital raising seamless, so you can focus on what you do best – running your business.

Comprehensive Legal Services for the Blockchain Industry

We regularly provide US and foreign clients with comprehensive legal services, including:

  • Digital Securities Offerings.
  • Reg D Exempt Offerings.
  • Reg S Offshore Offerings.
  • Reg CF Retail Investment Crowdfunding Offerings.
  • Reg A+ Offerings.
  • Tokenized Funds.
  • Crypto Investment Funds.
  • Digital Securities Exchanges.
  • Compliance with the State and Federal Money Transmission Laws.
  • Compliance with Anti-Money Laundering and Know-Your-Customer (AML/KYC) Regulations.
  • Application for and Compliance with the NY DFS BitLicense.
  • Tokenized Employee Incentive Plans and Award Agreements.

Our team follows the latest developments in the regulatory enforcement of digital securities. To learn more about digital securities, check our CrowdCrypto Weekly Newsletter.

Digital Securities Offerings and the JOBS Act

Initial coin offerings (ICOs) have become increasingly challenging and risky in the United States. As the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has intensified its efforts to crack down on ICOs and the upsurge of consumer fraud schemes, companies are left wondering whether there are compliant methods for conducting a token offering and if so, how?

Digital Securities Offerings allow companies to raise capital for an investment scheme or issue tokens that meet the definition of a security under U.S. securities laws. Digital securities can represent an economic interest in a company, such as shares of capital stock or membership units in an LLC; fund interests; profit sharing interests; fine art; real estate; precious metals; diamonds; and other assets.

Companies looking to conduct a DSO in the United States must determine whether to register the digital securities, or structure the offering under one of the available exemptions from registration. The JOBS Act provides for three potentially useful exemptions for DSOs (Reg CF, Reg A+, Reg D Rule 506(c)), in addition to Regulation S. Sosnow and Associates PLLC provides comprehensive legal services from planning through post-offering ensuring our clients are best positioned to fundraise.

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