A Market with ‘Zero Regulation’: Experts Disagree on Regulator Role in Cryptocurrency

Legaltech News

07/21/2017

Lending + Financial Transactions, Technology Transactions, Financial Services, and Finance

In The News

Joshua Ashley Klayman served as moderator during the Morrison & Foerster-hosted event “Blockchain for Bankers: ICOs and Similar Investments” in New York on July 20 in a discussion that focused on regulations surrounding cryptocurrency.

The panel included Jae Kwon, co-founder, All in Bits, Cosmos, and Tendermint; Nick Chirls, founder and partner, Notation Capital; Subhankar Sinha, co-founder, PwC’s Global Blockchain Practice; Emma Channing, general counsel, The Argon Group; Greg Murphy, partner, Outlier Ventures; and John Tabacco, co-founder, T0, and president, Rev4.

For more on the event and the discussion, read the Legaltech News article “A Market with ‘Zero Regulation’: Experts Disagree on Regulator Role in Cryptocurrency.” 

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