Course contents

  • 1
    • Emerging Regulations in Cryptocurrency
  • 2
    Verification & Accreditation
    • Course Verification
    • State Accreditation

CLE Credit

This course is pre-approved for 0.5 CLE credits in Washington and Oregon. The following states have CLE reciprocity with WA or OR: AK, AZ, AR, CO, FL, ME, MT, NJ, NY, and ND. If you'd like credit in another jurisdiction, let us know, and we can likely accommodate your request.

Course topics

  • How initial coin offerings are different from Kickstarter campaigns and IPOs

  • Overview of securities regulations relevant to cryptocurrency offerings

  • Whether utility tokens are securities

  • Examples of companies doing ICOs that have raised money—and a discussion of how they've navigated securities regulations

  • Questions to consider asking clients who want to do a cryptocurrency offering

  • Questions to consider asking clients who want to do a cryptocurrency offering

Kyle Hulten

Weekday Habitat

During most week days, you’ll find Kyle at the offices of InVigor Law Group, a Seattle business law firm that Kyle founded with a couple of his law school classmates in 2011.

For fun

When Kyle’s not in the office, he likes to hang out with his wife and his one-year-old son. He enjoys cooking (and eating), gardening, watching Arsenal, reading novels, and listening to podcasts and audiobooks.

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Relevant Experience

Kyle’s a member of the Securities Committee of the WSBA Business Law Section. Via the Securities Committee he’s co-drafted letters to the Washington Department of Financial Institutions that proposed updates to the Washington State Crowdfunding laws, and to the presale notice filing requirement in Washington’s Small Offering Exemption.