Virtual property, real value

Virtual property, real value

Alexander Blom Vigsø examines the conditions to use virtual property as security for a credit risk pursuant to Swedish legislation.

As a consequence of the technical and social development, transactions related to video games can amount to unthinkable amounts. An example of this is that a virtual nightclub, some year ago, was sold for approximately SEK six million – something one could have hardly imagined ten years ago.

Since there is a societal interest to be able to utilise all types of assets with a value as securities for a credit risk, Alexander Blom Vigsø is examining whether there are conditions to use virtual property as such a security today.

Read full article on Juridisk Publikation’s website (Swedish only).

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