Latham & Watkins lawyers provide an in-depth look at recent issues impacting the use of token presale agreements.

By Stephen P. Wink, Miles P. Jennings, and Shaun Musuka

Token presale agreements are a popular type of financing instrument among startups in the blockchain space. In this article, originally published by Bloomberg Law, Latham & Watkins lawyers explore the initial impact of SEC v. Kik Interactive Inc. on the use of token presale agreements and discuss an

The online document generator helps startups raise capital with customizable market standard terms and optional digital token provisions.

By David L. Concannon, Yvette D. Valdez, Stephen P. Wink, Miles P. Jennings, and Shaun Musuka

In collaboration with ConsenSys and OpenLaw, Latham & Watkins recently launched the Automated Convertible Note Generator, a complimentary tool designed to assist startups with capital raises. The Automated Convertible Note is a potential solution for capital formation that also addresses future token sales in a manner compliant with US securities and commodities regulations.