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From a compliance perspective, she says regulation starts to come into play when people exchange digital currencies through centralized parties, or when people create and sell other digital assets that the government may view as securities (something that increases in value without their labor or skill contributing to that increase). To learn more about her legal work, you can reach out to her via email@example.com. We’re so lucky to have Sasha as part of the Des Femmes community!