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Continuing the FinTech University series, join Richard Levin, chair of Nelson Mullins’ FinTech and Regulation Practice, and Nelson Mullins partners Gary Brown, Matthew Lindenbaum, and Kevin Tran for “Remediation of Defective Token Offerings.” In this one-hour session, they will examine how defective tokens are detected, what makes a token defective, and how FinTech users may respond.
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