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Eric Chang of Chang Law and Sean McCarthy of ArbTech argue that even though the particulars of blockchain startup Ryval’s offering generate serious doubts about its viability and attractiveness for potential investors, the broader tokenization concept raises fascinating possibilities for the litigation finance space, potentially creating entirely new funding markets and classes of investors.
Former US state Chief Disciplinary Counsel Mark Dubois test drives Ryval, a new technology platform that plans to sell digital shares in lawsuits, and shares his prediction that "ethical investing in litigation" is the next logical step in the industry's evolution.
A new tech litigation funder known as Ryval is launching to allow everyday Americans to bet on civil lawsuits through the purchase (and trade) of associated crypto tokens. Investors can "buy and sell tokens that represent shares in a litigation and access a multi-billion dollar investment class previously unavailable to the public,” the company states.

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