Navigating the landscape of decentralization and securities law is a paramount challenge for web3 projects. In a world of diverse regulatory frameworks, token classification varies across jurisdictions, leading to complexity in compliance. As global web3 projects seek a unified approach, adopting the highest standard, notably the US framework, emerges as a prudent strategy. In this section, we'll delve into the evolving legal landscape. We’ll explore the timeline, criteria, and strategies shaping token compliance, and the journey towards achieving robust network decentralization.
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