The promotional materials hyping new cryptocurrencies regularly include lists of "advisors" – usually respected individuals associated with well-known brands – in order to add credibility to the offerings. Whether or not the use of a name or brand in such cases is legitimate, being associated with a fledgling cryptocurrency can be risky. Businesses should be aware of the potential liability and know how to protect the reputation of their brands . . .
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