100 Degrees Celsius

The cryptocurrency loaning institution Celsius Network has come under fire after freezing customer accounts and claims of insolvency. Now, their former asset manager KeyFi, Inc. (“KeyFi”) (known more commonly for the wallet which they operated out of and Twitter handle 0xb1) has filed a lawsuit with a ton of bombshell accusations to add further intrigueContinue reading “100 Degrees Celsius”

Let Them Eat Caked Apes

It’s time for another NFT lawsuit breakdown, and this one in juicy. Similar to the attorneys in the Coolman Universe lawsuit I broke down, the attorneys on opposing sides of the Caked Ape lawsuits came out swinging. But what are the claims being made, and how should Caked Ape holders handle this fight between theContinue reading “Let Them Eat Caked Apes”

Breaching Contracts? Not Cool, Man.

I recently wrote about the importance of contracts in NFT dealings. What I probably should have included was a note on the importance of not breaching those contracts. Today, in one of my NFT group chats, a lawsuit alleging breach of contract against the artist known as Coolman CoffeeDan (“CoffeDan”) was sent around. It hasContinue reading “Breaching Contracts? Not Cool, Man.”

When (Wen) Class Actions?

I’ll keep repeating this until it becomes a reality: the law is coming to the wild west of NFTs. Copyright DCMA takedown notices have already started appearing and, as I predicted in my previous blog, securities regulations have caused one prominent project to be delisted from OpenSea (the largest secondary market for NFTs). What isContinue reading “When (Wen) Class Actions?”