DateFévrier 2024
Nombre de pages186
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Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) : Emerging Legal & Policy Considerations

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Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are blockchain-based assets which represent a paradigm shift in what it means to own physical or digital property. NFTs have a large range of applications, from ownership of digital art, to membership in an exclusive “metaverse” community, to representing ownership of real-world assets like real estate. Surprisingly, however, there is currently no legislation and almost no guidance from regulators in Canada relating to NFTs.

Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs): Emerging Legal & Policy Considerations is a must-read for legal practitioners and policy makers seeking to understand the technology that underpins NFTs as well as the cutting-edge legal issues they present.

Topics Covered

  • Blockchain technology
  • Smart contracts
  • Non-fungible tokens (NFTs)
  • Cryptocurrency
  • Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs)
  • Intellectual property (IP)
  • Consumer protection
  • NFT theft
  • Royalties
  • Securities law
  • Taxation
  • Privacy
  • Emerging issues
  • The “Code is Law” Argument
  • Soulbound Tokens

In addition to featuring real-life case studies, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs): Emerging Legal & Policy Considerations also includes discussions and subsections relating to contract law principles and anti-competitive practices.

Who Should Read This Book

  • Legal practitioners and advisors who are providing solicitor or consulting services relating to NFTs including for start-ups who wish to launch an NFT
  • Litigators seeking to understand emerging causes of action related to NFTs
  • Government lawyers and policy makers who draft proposals and laws around NFTs
  • Finance management professionals who deal with NFTs or advise on NFTs
  • Law schools and libraries who require a general reference on the law of NFTs


Sohaib M. Habib is a lawyer and sole practitioner in Ottawa, Ontario. He is passionate about blockchain technology and focuses his practice on litigation and solicitor services related to cryptocurrency, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs). As a litigator, Sohaib acted for the Plaintiff, Taylan McRae-Yu, in launching an NFT-based class action at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, where he successfully obtained what appears to be the first Canadian Court Order allowing service of a Statement of Claim via an NFT airdrop into a Defendant’s cryptocurrency wallet.