ASTRA Protocol and Squire Patton Boggs Partner on Crypto Compliance for Institutional Investors

This partnership aims to give assurance and compliance confidence to the decentralized finance (DeFi) ecosystem.

Squire Patton Boggs, one of the world’s leading full-service legal companies for ensuring cross-border compliance counselling as well as incident response, has announced a new partnership with internationally-patented ASTRA Protocol, in order to give assurance and compliance confidence to the decentralized finance (DeFi) ecosystem.
Squire Patton Boggs maintains business offices in 20 different countries on four continents. The firm’s international legal practice is in key markets where clients regularly carry out high volumes of business, focused on the digital assets sector.

Their ecosystem also includes strategic working relationships with independent companies operating in European and Latin American markets. Their extensive practice and industry expertise are shared through one of the most advanced tech platforms in the legal industry along with an ongoing rotation of legal professionals to their offices across the globe. In addition, the firm applies industry knowledge as well as project-management tools to implement regular business process enhancements and improve the overall value of their legal services.

Astra Protocol, a cutting-edge legal and compliance layer that brings unmatched assurance to public blockchains, is pleased to confirm that it is working cooperatively with Squire Patton Boggs, which will be accepting ASTRA as its first DeFi payment method.



Leveraging Decentralized Assurance Layer on Public Blockchains

Although current blockchain and crypto firms have created challenges for regulatory authorities throughout the world, Astra Protocol offers a decentralized assurance layer on public blockchains to support the exponential growth of DeFi.

Astra’s assurance layer is able to plug into an existing DeFi platform in order to ensure that the funds arrive at their intended destination, via its internationally patented technology. The protocol has been designed to prevent insecure or invalid smart contracts from executing. If a transaction turns out to be fraudulent or if the funds end up in the incorrect crypto wallet address, then Astra is able to resolve the dispute and restore the funds right away, while also following applicable regulatory guidelines.


Joe Crowley, Senior Policy Advisor at Squire Patton Boggs, is also an American politician who served as U.S. Representative from New York’s 14th congressional district from 1999 to 2019, said

"We are pleased to partner with the ASTRA Protocol team and are looking forward to working with their colleagues around the globe".

Crowley added

"ASTRA is the preeminent compliance protocol business within the DeFi industry that is able to give assurance to regulatory agencies as well as individual clients, which in turn will help boost confidence in DeFi’s legitimacy as a global industry".

Sakhib Waseem, Chief Innovation Officer at ASTRA Protocol said

"We are extremely pleased with our partnership with Squire Patton Boggs and look forward to working with Congressman Crowley and his organisation. As we at the ASTRA Protocol define the next generation of decentralised global compliance structure across the DeFi industry, it is important to have key partners who understand the needs of both the crypto community and are in tune with the latest changes in the regulatory space".
"Squire Patton Boggs have a great presence across the US and internationally, this partnership is another affirmation we have the latest understanding of regulatory enhancements around the world and can provide an industry leading standard to our customers and clients",

Sakhib adds.

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