Eugene Ohotnikov has over five years of experience as a market researcher and legal copywriter on a broad array of subjects, including civil law, criminal law, corporate law, immigration law, fintech, startups, real estate, and more.Eugene holds an LLM in Law from the National Academy of Science of Ukraine, and has been developing legal content for law firms from the U.S., Canada, Singapore, Malaysia as well as the EU.During his career, Eugene has been fortunate enough to have more than 20 years of real-world experience in a wide variety of opportunities, including leasing, insurance, corporate sales, and investment real estate. At P2PMarketData, Eugene develops digests and general overviews of regulations related to crowdfunding, real estate, cryptocurrencies, and other subjects.
NFT Decentralized Finance (DeFi) Crypto lending explained. A new niche in the Peer-to-Peer lending industry has emerged. How can you borrow against your NFT's? And is it worth investing in loans with NFT's as collateral?
In the Crowdfunding context, a ring-fence is the act of segregating investor funds from assets of the platform. It serves the purpose of creating a barrier against any claims to a platform itself for the protection of investor funds.
Real estate tokenization provides both project owners and investors with much more flexibility, increases the liquidity of real estate properties, and thus helps earn a higher yield. But is it a good idea? And how can you do even do it?
The European Council has approved the uniform pan-European regulation for crowdfunding which was in the making for several years. The EU cross-border crowdfunding regulation is adopted and published in the Official Journal of the European Union.