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At Ross Pitcoff Law, we specialize in handling Business and Corporate Litigation matters, but we also have experience in handling Cryptocurrency Litigation & NFT Brand Protection matters as well.
Cryptocurrency scams happen more often than you think, and there are several ways that thieves and scammers can trick you into obtaining your investments and hard-earned money.
Our Team is dedicated to helping Investors, Business Owners, Corporations and Organizations navigate their way through Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Fraud matters. We also can help with acquiring any “Frozen Tokens” you may have within your Crypto-Wallet. Our Team has handled previous Cryptocurrency matters that vary from Foreign Fraudulent matters to local New York City Business Ventures as well. If you believe you have been scammed or are in need of a Crypto-based Attorney, contact Ross Pitcoff Law today and we can help you schedule your free consultation.
NFT sales have been booming, but not always with the artist’s permission. When it comes to NFTs, a lot of Digital Artists may think that they do not need to Protect their artwork, but they would be wrong. Approximately 23% of all art within the NFT space have been stolen and recreated or resold without the artist’s permission so far in 2022. Without having solid IP Protection, NFT Infringements can happen to anyone, anywhere. To prevent anyone from infringing on your work, there are steps you need to complete. You must first “mint” the digital version of your artwork. Minting your artwork refers to the act of “Tokenizing” the artwork, i.e. uploading it to a given marketplace platform and issuing a Token to guarantee its authenticity, then you must start implementing Copyright and Trademark Protection Agreements for further protection. Obtaining IP Protection for your artwork, Brand and/or Business in the world of Digital Artists and Digital Assets seems to be more important now than ever before. If you are looking to speak with an Attorney about IP Protection, Tokenizing, Copyright Infringements and/or more, feel free to call: (646) 386-0990, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be happy to assist you.