BlockDrop partners with crypto research firm Brave New Coin

BlockDrop Inc, a provider of online legal resources targeted at the blockchain and crypto space, has revealed a partnership with Brave New Coin (BNC), a company that provides research and data services to crypto users.

The alliance will enable BNC’s current users to access a huge depository of legal documents to help them maneuver through the crypto and blockchain space, while BlockDrop Inc customers will have access to market insights from BNC.

Brave New Coin’s Founder and CEO, Fran Strajnar explained that:

The healthy evolution of the blockchain and cryptocurrency sector is heavily dependant on proactive regulatory compliance and sector-focused commercial agreements, making BlockDrop’s toolsets and service offerings unparalleled. It is of utmost importance that trustworthy, experienced legal professionals who wish to enter the blockchain space are kept up-to-date with the evolving landscape of this industry, making BlockDrop’s vision an extremely crucial one.

BNC users will also have access to BlockDrop’s wide selection of legal documents pertaining to ICO mitigation, guidance on digital asset exchange, formation of crypto funds, and offerings of security tokens.The Founder and CEO of BlockDrop, Jeffrey Knight added that:

Brave New Coin’s impressive suite of data products and market insight tools are a critical resource for anybody engaged in the sector, and we’re looking forward to further exploring the opportunities this alliance presents for both companies, and the wider industry.

Today’s statement follows a series of positive events for both companies as BNC’s Ethereum and Bitcoin Liquid Indices to the Global Index Data Service provided by Nasdaq. BlockDrop also plans to release a new portfolio of resources on SEC Enforcement and Litigation, and has recently added experienced legal professionals such as Christopher Austin from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, as well as Scott Kimpel from Hunton Andrews Kurth.

BlockDrop has also recently successfully integrated with iManage, a document management system, with huge benefits to its AmLaw subscribers.

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