Delve into our collection of good practices and recommendations for creating and sharing Open-Sourced content and the potential problems if the source code may be modified or copied. The case focuses on Free Open- Source Software (FOOS) and how it makes its code available while guaranteeing certain rights and freedoms associated with the computer program.
Portugal, as one of the most crypto-friendly countries in the world after adopting a series of resolutions for companies and individuals in the crypto-verse, living and working there is a favorite destination for crypto workers and companies. The legal guild researches the fundamental steps to take, to institute a work node in Lisbon without all the complications that international mobility entails.
One of our first use cases on the most common entry ramp into the NEAR Ecosystem, the Legal Guild team assesses the importance of implementing a risk assessment procedure in AML/CFT (Anti Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism) with the Open Web Sandbox. The legalities are continuously evolving as a flexible and multilayered program to welcome, reward, and incorporate new users and builders into crypto-based environments.
This document focuses on a collection of good legal practices related to anti-money laundering, counter-terrorist financing regulations, and sanctions regulations in the blockchain and crypto ecosystem. You may have to comply with many different regulations depending on your business model, customers, products, and jurisdiction as an individual or organization. Those regulations and KYC compliance are designed to protect the customers and investors. It includes mainly Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Counter Financing of Terrorism (CFT) regulations, sanctions regulations, consumer protection laws, data protection regulations, etc.
A use case specifically concerning artists, NFT platforms, and distributing proceeds via crowdfunding and DAO's. C1 Guild intends to generate a separate funding stream for micro studios by raising funds through crowdfunding. A DAO, via its members, chooses what specific micro studios to fund. Several different legal aspects are addressed, including forming a legal entity to protect individual members from liability and distinguishing parties' respective rights to intellectual property.
Our use casework for Verida, although specific to their situation and goals, is hugely applicable to various new app chains, programs, and platforms launching in the NEAR Ecosystem. This Use Case covers a general request with recommendations on incorporating a “token issuance entity,” given the need to issue a utility token. With new tokens launching left and right, this is a vital read for anyone building on NEAR Protocol.
Blockchain Fundamentals and Guide collects the best essential information based on the current Blockchain Ecosystem and Technology, serving as general guidance for new users, curious community members, prospective partners, and new core contributors to the NEAR Collective. This Playbook is a living document that will be regularly updated by the Legal Guild and relies on community members to raise relevant requests for clarifications and modifications.