Token Offering


  • Unregulated token offerings
  • On-shore and offshore token offerings
  • Regulation D/ U.S. private placement token offerings
  • Regulation S/ non-U.S. token offerings
  • Security Token offerings (STOs)
  • Initial DEX Offerings (IDOs)
  • Initial Exchange Offerings (IEOs)
  • Regulation Crowdfunding token offerings
  • Regulation A crowdfunding token offerings
  • Digital Asset IPOs


Tokens (also sometimes called “coins”) are digital assets based upon existing or new blockchains with a variety of purposes, spanning consumer-facing functional utility, monetary/payment roles,  and investment or economic uses. Some tokens are initially sold (or otherwise issued) by a project or venture in return for future utility, as an investment, or representing a decision-making stake in a distributed community. This is known as a “token offering” (variously also known as ICOs, IDOs, ILOs, IEOs, or STOs, among other terms). These offerings may be high- or low-risk, depending on the capacities and purposes of the tokens and their issuing ventures, which may imply certain regulatory coverage.

Practicing Attorneys

Aaron Krowne

Alexander Rodriguez

Andrew Goldenberg

Christopher Ray


Atilla Baksay


Matthew Bouillon Mascareñas

ali square

Ali Derie

Richard Profile picture (1)

Richard Nacht

IMG_2443-compressed 2

Meghan Pratschler


Amanda Comas


Laura "LC" Cole