NFT & Web3 Law
Our practice has a focus on NFT and Web3 law, and we stay abreast of developments in the law to provide you with good advice.
We're proud to offer actionable advice to our clients in the non-fungible token (NFT) and web3 technology space.
We focus on Canadian laws and regulations, and advice is tailored to your Canadian NFT and Web3 project.
📄 SERVICES INCLUDE: 📄
Start an NFT Project • Drafting Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policies • Incorporations for NFT-related Businesses • Drafting & Reviewing Agreements such as Employment Agreements and Franchise Agreements
NOTE: May include referrals to vetted third law firms, consultants, and other parties.
About our law firm
Harrison Jordan is a Toronto-based lawyer and consultant with a focus on legal matters involving NFTs and Web3. He graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School where he enrolled in a broad range of public and private law courses.
Harrison enjoys staying abreast of developments in the NFT space, and can't wait to provide you with legal advice and services involving your NFT business.
The Canadian NFT law firm on the cutting edge.
Frequently Asked Questions
A non-fungible token is a digital asset existing on the blockchain that represents a unique or rare asset. These non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, consist of a string of letters and numbers that is unique to the particular blockchain. That unique string can be held by an individual or entity through a digital “wallet.” Non-fungible tokens often derive their value from the “payload” attached to it – whether that be a piece of art, special access to an event, or some other utility.
A blockchain is a distributed ledger living across several nodes (think of as computers) existing throughout the world. Think of a blockchain as a massive database, without the centralization and with immutability and resilience as core features. NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, live on blockchains.
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