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Singapore High Court Approves iSanctuary's Use of NFTs for Financial Investigations

The Singapore High Court's decision to allow iSanctuary to attach NFTs to cold wallets involved in a financial hack marks a significant legal milestone. These NFTs, known as SoulBound tokens, are non-transferrable and will be permanently linked to the wallets in question. This groundbreaking ruling opens the door for the broader application of blockchain technology in legal and financial investigations. The SoulBound NFTs will act as a red flag for counterparties and exchanges, indicating that the wallets have been compromised. iSanctuary was initially engaged by a businessperson who had lost $3 million in crypto assets.


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