UK Service-By-NFT Ruling Opens Doors For Fraud Victims

By Timothy Spangler, Andrew Hearn and Daniel Natoff (September 13, 2022, 12:12 PM EDT) -- In the June ruling of D'Aloia v. Persons Unknown and Others,[1] the High Court of Justice of England and Wales granted permission for a claim to be served on defendants by non-fungible token, or NFT,[2] embracing blockchain technology and taking a pragmatic view on the most efficient means of drawing proceedings to parties' attention....

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