Following the release of their textbook “Digital Assets and Blockchain Technology: US Law and Regulation,” Shutts & Bowen partners Kimberly Prior and Daniel Stabile discussed several matters with E-Crypto News, including regulation concerns, private sector leadership, and diverging views concerning cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.
About Kimberly Prior
Kimberly A. Prior is a partner in the Miami office of Shutts & Bowen LLP where she is a member of the Financial Services Practice Group. Kimberly handles regulatory, transactional, enforcement and corporate matters for domestic and international financial services firms and businesses, including banks, broker-dealers, investment advisers and private equity funds. Kimberly also advises financial institutions and technology companies on regulatory, licensing, corporate and compliance issues in the FinTech space.
About Daniel Stabile
Daniel Stabile is a partner in the Miami office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Financial Services Practice Group. Daniel is a leading attorney in the distributed ledger and digital asset spaces. He has advised issuers of native tokens, digital currency exchanges, cryptocurrency broker-dealers, digital currency “ATM” businesses, virtual currency “mining” operations, and cryptocurrency tax reporting businesses. He has also advised banks, brokers, and other institutions (such as real estate development companies) in regards to their implementation of blockchain technology.