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The Encrypted Economy podcast explores the business, laws, regulation, and security relating to our most valuable digital data...whether financial assets, proprietary data or personal information. Join us each week as we delve into what makes up the new encrypted economy as well as the developments that are shaping our economies and world.
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This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Matt Kaufman, Partner at Hathaway & Kunz, LLP.  Matt has experience working with Wyoming's ENDOW and helping draft Wyoming's DAO statute. Matt joins us to share about his experience working with SPDI’s and the DAO organization structure.  Topics Covered:  Introduction Matt’s  Background ENDOW What are SPDI’s? SPDI Best Uses DAOs Outro Resource List:  Matt’s Twitter Matt’s LinkedIn Joel Revill Twitter Joel Revill LinkedIn ENDOW SPDI FinCEN FDIC Wyoming Blockchain Stampede Follow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms!  Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook 
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Victor, Founder of Humanode.  At a high level Humanode can prove the identity of users through a novel authentication schemes and grant permission to launch a node and verify transactions running through a network based on human existence. Be prepared for discussion that spans not only human node validation and biometrics, but privacy and macro economicsTopics Covered: Introduction Victor’s Background What is Humanode? Biometrics  Liveness Detection The Vortex DAO Fath Monetary System  Artificial Intelligence  Resource List: Victor’s LinkedIn Victor’s Twitter account Humanode Vortex Fath Liveness detection Zero Knowledge Proof Social Graphs Vite Labs Sybil attack Proof of Stake Humanode White Paper Follow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook 
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Greg Xethalis, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at Multicoin Capital. Being involved with the legal side of the cryptosphere since the first proposal for a Bitcoin ETF in 2013, Greg gives us his perspective on the structuring of digital assets and legal issues surrounding the space. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more insight on the regulatory framework that will drive forward innovation in the blockchain economy. Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       Greg’s Background ·       Breaking Down Different Types of Fund Offerings·       Can Closed-End Funds offer Bitcoin Exposure? ·       APs and the Primary Driver for ETFs·       Discussing the May 11th Staff Statement ·       Are Stablecoins Securities or Funds? ·       Concerns With Lending ProgramsResource List:·       Greg’s LinkedIn·       Greg’s Twitter ·       Multicoin Capital·       What is an interval fund?·       Private placements - Rule 506(b)·       General solicitation - Rule 506(c)·       Securities Exchange Act of 1934·       Investment Company Act of 1940·       Rule 6c-11·       Stoneridge Interval Fund·       May 11 Staff StatementFollow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Dan Bogdanov, Director of the Information Security Institute at Cybernetica and the Co-Inventor of Sharemind. With a Ph.D. in Informatics and a master’s degree in Computer Science, Dan shares his expertise on digitization initiatives and privacy preservation. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more perspective on countries leading in the adoption of e-governance tools and other innovative technologies. Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       Dan’s Background·       Why Does Estonia Take the Lead in Digitalization?·       E-Residency and E-Voting in Estonia·       Forming a Company in Estonia with E-Governance·       Privacy-Enhancing Technologies in E-Voting Systems·       Discussing the Partnership Between Cybernetica and Estonia·       Is Homomorphic Encryption a Solution for Privacy Preservation·       Estonia’s Digital Currency Initiatives·       OutroResource List:·       Dan’s LinkedIn·       Dan Bogdanov Twitter ·       Cybernetica·       Sharemind·       Tom Attema Episode·       Estonia’s E-Governance  ·       Estonia Digital Currency R&D·       Cybernetica partners with PwC Middle East ·       Cybernetica Smartphone-Based ID authentication ·       University of Tartu and Cybernetica Cooperate to Study Quantum-Safe Cryptography ·       Panel Discussion: Lessons on How to Make Data Run, Not People  Follow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Nancy Min, Chair of Hyperledger’s Social Impact Group and Founder of Ecolong, LLC. With extensive experience in the technology space, Nancy joins the podcast to explore the use cases for Hyperledger and blockchain implementation wherever it can create a positive impact. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more insight on revolutionary technologies that will drive society forward.Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       Nancy’s Background·       Hyperledger’s Origin Story·       How Do Blockchain Technologies Factor into Ecolong?·       What Makes Hyperledger the BesAt Choice for Ecolong·       Discussing Hyperledger’s Social Impact Group·       What is the Hyperledger Grant Program?·       Discussion of Social Impact Projects ·       What's to Come from the Hyperledger Social Impact SIG? Resource List:·       Nancy’s LinkedIn·       Hyperledger Wiki·       What is Hyperledger?·       Ecolong·       6050-I·       Hyperledger Digital Identity Special Interest Group·       Hyperledger SawtoothHyperledger Indy·       Hyperledger Iroha·       Hyperledger Besu·       Hyperledger Grid·       Hyperledger Internship·       United Nations Digital Identity·       Covalent Carbon Tracing·       MobiFollow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Drew Hinkes, Partner at K&L Gates and Adjunct Professor at NYU Stern and NYU School of Law. With extensive legal experience and involvement in blockchain technology since 2013, Andrew gives his insight on the liability issues that developers face in blockchain and the legal framework of the ecosystem. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more perspective on legal issues that are looming in the crypto space and creating reliable environments for users.Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       Andrew’s Background·       Why Discuss Smart Contract Enforcement?·       What is a Smart Contract and What is its Significance?·       Jurisdictional Issues with Smart Contracts ·       Navigating the Claims Process with Daos·       How do Daos Limit Liability and is it Enforceable? ·       Limiting the Ability for Claimants to Bring Disputes Without Depriving Resource List:·       Andrew’s LinkedIn·       Andrew’s Twitter ·       K&L Gates·       The Limits of Code Deference·       The Decentralized Autonomous Organization·       Smart Contracts·       Introduction to Smart Contracts·       Solidity Code ·       Coney and Hoffman Transactional Scripts in Contracting Stacks·       Tezos California Federal Court Case·       Alibaba Coin Southern District of New York Case  Follow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Abraham Sutherland, Founder of Saker Group and Adjunct Professor at the University of Virginia School of Law.  With expertise in taxation policy and regulation, Abraham gives his insight on the regulatory provisions in the recently passed infrastructure bill and its implications on digital currencies. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more perspective on regulatory revisions that will drive forward innovation in the crypto space rather than hold it back. Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       Abraham’s Background ·       Discussing Provisions in the Infrastructure Bill·       Background and Issues with 6050-I·       How do we Define Transactions?·       Implications of Proposed Regulations·       What is Considered a Digital Asset?·       Hypocritical Views of Regulatory Provisions·       What Happens Next?·       Why Do We Have Provisions Like This?Resource List:·       Abraham’s LinkedIn·       Abraham’s University Page ·       Abraham Sutherland Twitter ·       Saker Group LinkedIn·       Broker Provision 6045C·       Article: Infrastructure bill contains new reporting requirements for cryptocurrency ‘brokers’·       Section 6050I·       Bank Secrecy Act·       Form 8300·       Definition of Digital Assets and Current SEC Regulations ·       Hyperledger·       China CBDC Excessive Government Control·       Abraham Sutherland: The Proposal to Regulate Digital Asset Transactions Should Be Struck  Follow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Matt Zand, Author of Hands-On Smart Contract Development With Hyperledger Fabric. With expertise in Hyperledger Fabric and private distributed ledger technologies, Matt discusses what Hyperledger is, as well as how it integrates with smart contracts and the public blockchain. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more insight on distributive ledger frameworks and their use cases in the new economy. Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       Matt’s Background·       Why Hyperledger?·       Breaking Down Hyperledger·       Key Considerations When Contemplating Architecture·       A Sketch of the Hyperledger Family·       What are the Capabilities of Chain Quote·       Use Cases of Hyperledger ·       Smart Contract Life Cycle Management and the Public Blockchain·       Is Hybrid Blockchain Architecture Becoming Trendy·       Resources to Learn About HyperledgerResource List:·       Matt’s LinkedIn·       Comprehensive Review of Hyperledger Use Cases·       Hands-On Smart Contract Development With Hyperledger Fabric·       What is Hyperledger Fabric?·       Coding Bootcamp·       DC Web Makers·       Poly Network Hack ·       Hyperledger Sawtooth·       Hyperledger Indy·       Hyperledger Iroha·       Hyperledger Besu·       Hyperledger Grid·       IRS Taxation of Crypto·       Hybrid Blockchain Architecture·       Hyperledger.orgFollow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Christine Parker, Partner at Reed Smith. As an accomplished attorney with expertise in regulatory, enforcement, and transactional matters relating to commodities, derivatives, and cryptocurrencies, Christine gives her perspective on the current regulatory environment surrounding crypto assets. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more insight on innovative technologies and their regulatory framework in a digitized economy.  Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       Christine’s Background·       How Does Congress View Digital Assets?·       Break Down and Updates to Christine’s Testimony·       What is Gensler’s Perspective on SEF’s?·       Congress’ Suggestions to Crypto Exchanges·       Complications With Classifying Digital Assets as CommoditiesResource List:·       Christine’s LinkedIn·       Reed Smith Twitter·       Reed Smith·       Christine Parker Testifying Before the House Financial Services Subcommittee·       Infrastructure Bill·       European Swap Regulation MOU·       Gensler DeFi Criticism·       Howey Test·       Poloniex Settlement ·       Securities-Based Swap Execution Facilities·       Dodd-Frank ·       Definitions of Swaps and Security-Based SwapsFollow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Nelson Rosario, Partner at Smolinski Law. As an accomplished attorney with expertise in the cross section of digital assets and intellectual property, Nelson joins us to give his perspective on NFTs and the legal issues surrounding them. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more insight on innovative technologies and the digitization of the economy. Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       Nelson’s Background·       Fungibility of NFTs·       Questions Regarding Property Rights of NFTs ·       Platform Activity in NFT Sales·       Determining the Correct Technical Approach by NFT Platforms·       Questions Raised By NBA Top Shots ·       Why is An NFT Better Than a Notarized Deed?·       Who Could Benefit from NFT Use?Resource List:·       Nelson’s LinkedIn·       Nelson’s Twitter·       Smolinski Rosario Law·       Infrastructure Bill Crypto Regulations·       Gordon Haas ·       What Are NFTs?·       NFT Property Rights Issues·       OpenSea raises $23 Million from a16z ·       How Do Royalties Work on OpenSea? ·       Rarible·       NBA Top Shots Follow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guests are Jack Lu and Weijia Zhang, CEO and VP of Engineering at Wanchain. Wanchain provides solutions for the connectivity problem inhibiting the growth of blockchain technology. The interoperability platform enables developers to build cross-chain applications that span several blockchains instead of the conventional networks that operate in isolation. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more insight on technologies that enable global connectivity and financial freedom of the financial system.Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       Jack’s Background·       Weijia’s Background ·       What is the Mission of Wanchain? ·       How Does Wanchain Enhance the Capabilities of Chains? ·       Introducing Cross-Chain Concepts ·       Use Cases for Cross-Chain·       The Mechanics of Bridging Chains·       Cross-Chain Interoperability Compared to Sharding ·       Ensuring Security of Wanchain·       Discussing the Future of Wanchain·       Creating Regulatory Structures in Blockchain ·       Eric’s BackgroundResource List:·       Jack’s LinkedIn·       Weijia’s LinkedIn·       Jack’s Twitter·       Wanchain·       Wanchain Twitter·       Wanchain Enables More Functionality for XRP·       Cross-Chain Use Cases ·       CBDC Interoperability and Standards Challenge·       Merkle Tree ·       Sharding  ·       Gary Gensler Remarks  Follow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Jenil Thakker, CEO of Coinvise. Coinvise is dedicated to the creation of Ethereum-based financial infrastructures for personal and community-owned capital. Jenil gives his insight on the discovery of social graphs, social tokens, easing the process of connecting communities through DAOs, and other topics in our conversation about increasing collaborative efforts in the blockchain. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more insight on technologies that will revolutionize how we exchange money and democratize the financial system.Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       Jenil’s Background·       How Does Web3 Promote the Goals of Coinvise?·       Creating a Social Graph While Preserving Privacy·       Building DAOs through Coinvise ·       The Evolution of Airdropping Tokens·       Who are the Primary Creators of DAOs?·       Creating Positive Cultures in DAOs·       The Discovery of Social Graphs·       How do we Tackle the Education Hurdle?·       Building the Utopian Social NetworkResource List:·       Jenil’s LinkedIn·       Jenil’s Twitter·       Coinvise·       Coinvise Twitter·       Synthetic Accounts on Instagram·       Airdropping Tokens    ·       Flamingo DAO·       Carbon Credits   ·       VitaDAOFollow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is crypto analyst Jonathan Wu. With skills gained through a decade of consulting, private equity, and founding organizations in several different spaces, Jonathan analyzes the developments of stablecoins in the crypto ecosystem. Join us this week to strengthen your understanding of stablecoins and how they maintain consistent prices in an incredibly volatile environment. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more insight on technologies that will fully democratize the financial system. Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       Jonathan’s Background ·       What is a Stablecoin?·       The Relationship of Stablecoins and Inflation·       Collateralization of Stablecoins ·       How do Algorithmic Stablecoins Achieve Stability?  ·       Understanding the Challenges with Stablecoin ·       Future Development of the Stablecoins·       Digging into Terra  Resource List:·       Jonathan Wu’s LinkedIn·       Jonathan Wu’s Twitter·       What are Stablecoins?·       What is Collateralization of Stablecoin?·       What is Pegging of Stablecoin?·       Tether CTO CNBC Interview·       Seignorage Shares Model·       Dual Token Model·       Fall of Titan·       Terra Stablecoin  Follow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Uri Klarman, CEO of bloXroute Labs. BloXroute Labs is a layer zero solution to the scalability issues that inhibit blockchain’s global adoption. If you are interested in scalability solutions or extracting value from the blockchain, this episode is for you. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more insight on the infrastructure solutions that will enable blockchain networks to reach more users around the world.Topics Covered:·       Introduction ·       Uri’s Background·       Understanding the Layers of Blockchains·       How Does BloXroute Improve the Blockchain? ·       Similarities Between BloXroute and Akamai ·       Implications of the Network Layer ·       A Deep Dive Into MEV ·       Is MEV All Bad?·       How Does MEV Relate to What BloXroute is Doing?·       Managing Blockchain’s Scalability Issue and the Gas LimitResource List:·       Uri Klarman LinkedIn·       BloXroute·       What is MEV?·       Philip Daian Flashbots Paper·       The Blockchain Scalability Problem·       Layer One vs Layer Two·       Akamai·       Sharding·       Flashbots·       Frontrunning and Backrunning ·       Gas Limits·       Mempools·       Controlling the Gas Limit with the Eagle Project Follow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week’s episode of The Encrypted Economy is dedicated to the discussion of the current legal environment and relevant news regarding decentralized autonomous organizations, or DAOs. Decentralized Autonomous Organizations aim to reduce human inputs to zero, drastically reducing labor costs and optimizing processes, unlike anything we have ever seen before. Join us this week to explore the concept of DAOs, and take a dive into a revolutionary new organizational structure that prioritizes community engagement and transparency to foster consistent innovation. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more coverage of the innovations in blockchain that can reshape how our businesses function. Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       What is a DAO?·       Benefits of DAOs ·       Regulatory Framework for DAOs·       Understanding Bitconnect·       Bitconnect and Implications on DAO Participants Resource List:·       Eric Hess LinkedIn·       Eric Hess Twitter ·       What is a DAO?·       Full MIT DAO Discussion·       Wyoming DAO Statute·       Gary Gensler’s Testimony·       Hinman Speech·       SEC Complaint Against Bitconnect Promoters·       Gary Dewaal Full Episode·       The Howey Test ·       SEC’s Settlement with Zachary Coburn of EtherDelta  Follow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Research Scientist Thomas Attema, a cryptographer from the Netherlands-based applied research institute TNO. TNO works to bridge the gap between academia and industry to implement sustainable competitive innovation that enhances the well-being of society. Thomas sheds light on utilizing developments in tech to tackle some of the most pressing issues of our time. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more insight on privacy-enhancing technologies and their benefit to the future of our world.Topics Covered:·      Thomas’s Background·      Bridging the Gap Between Academia and Industry·      Strategies for Making Theoretical Technology Practical·      Legal, Ethical, and Governance Considerations·      Is the Market Ready or Multi-Party Computation?·      Who Will Be the First Implementers of Innovative Tech?·      Example of Privacy Enhancing Technology Implementation·      Techniques for Utilizing Proper Security Protocols·      Mitigating the Risks in Tech Post-Quantum Computing·      Learning Experiences at TNO·      Thoughts on Deploying Privacy Measure in Different JurisdictionsResource Links: ·      Thomas’ LinkedIn·      TNO Website·      CWI Cryptology Group·      Thomas Attema’s Publications·      Sugar Beets Options and Multiparty Computation·      Multiparty Computation Introduction·      Use Cases for Multiparty Computation Paper·      GDPR·      Privacy-Friendly HIV Treatments·      Homomorphic Encryption·      Federated Learning·      TNO Spin-off Companies·      The Quantum Threat·      Future of Data Privacy ·      LinksightFollow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms!  ·      Twitter ·      LinkedIn ·      Instagram ·      Facebook
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guests are Daniel Uribe, CEO of Genobank and Christian Rodriguez, CTO of SomosAncestria. Genobank and Somos work together to ensure users retain control and complete ownership of their genetic data through a decentralized wallet. Daniel and Christian give us their perspective on the applications for NFTs in genomic testing and creating a decentralized biobank in an effort to fully democratize the field. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for insight on more pioneering blockchain technologies and their use cases across multiple industries. Topics Covered:Christian’s backgroundDaniel’s background Somos Ancestria’s MissionThe Effects of a Lack of Democratization in Genomics Creating a Decentralized BiobankGiving Bio Samples a Blockchain Identity Learning from the Rarámuri People The Role of Community Leaders in Data CollectionQuestions From the Communities Educating the Non-Tech Savvy about Genobank Technology Genobank’s Stance on Genetic Exploitation Activation Process for Genomic Testing Community Rollout of SomosEvolution to a Blockchain-Based Privacy Consensus Resource Links:Christian’s LinkedInDaniel’s LinkedInGenobank WebsiteGenobank TwitterSomos Ancestría WebsiteSomos Ancestría TwitterWhat Happens to Genetic Data on the Blockchain?Lack of Diversity in Genetic ResearchChallenges in Genetics and GenomicsDiversity Matters ArticleSovereign Genomic LawTokenizing Bio SamplesRarámurisSpace X Mexico ApplicationWeb 3.0CryptoKittiesERC-721Solidity Smart ContractGDPRBlackstone Ancestry AcquisitionFollow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms!  ·       Twitter  ·       LinkedIn  ·       Instagram  ·       Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Riana Pfefferkorn, Research Scholar at Stanford’s Internet Observatory Lab. Stanford Internet Observatory is a cross-disciplinary program dedicated to studying the developments in information technologies and policy engagement, with focus on social media. If you are interested in the encryption debate overtaking the technology ecosystem, this episode is for you. Be sure to subscribe to The Encrypted Economy for more insight on encryption and other privacy-enhancing technologies.Topics Covered:·       Introduction·       Riana’s Background ·       Stanford Internet Observatory Mission·       The Van Buren v United States Decision ·       Pressing Policy Issues and the Crypto Wars ·       General Perspective on Privacy ·       Cellebrite and Signal Debacle ·       Developments in End-to-End Encryption·       Narrowing the Section 230 Immunity·       India Traceability Regulations Resource List:·       Riana Pfefferkorn’s LinkdeIn·       Riana Pfefferkorn’s Twitter·       Stanford Internet Observatory·       Internet Observatory Report·       Van Buren v United States·       CFAA·       Crypto Wars·       LAED Act·       Earn It Act·       GDPR·       Cellebrite ·       Signal's Response to Cellebrite·       Section 230·       Nigeria Twitter Ban·       India Traceability Regulations Follow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedInInstagram Facebook
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Richard Yan, COO of Vite Labs. Vite Labs is a technology company that seeks to innovate decentralized systems and create solutions for developers. Designed to bridge the gap between blockchains while remaining decentralized, Vite Labs utilizes a toolkit that emphasizes the roles of universality and trustlessness in data transfers. Topics Covered:· Richard Yan Background· Vite Lab’s Mission · Vite Lab's Consensus Algorithm · Decentralization Tradeoff   · Flavors of Nodes  · Incentives for Full Node Operators · Smart Contracts and Contract Law · Concerns Regarding Network Nodes     Resource List:· Richard Yan’s LinkedIn· Richard Yan’s Twitter· ViteLabs Website · Vitebridge· Asynchronous Smart Contracts · Public Blockchain· Trustless Transfers· Usage Mining· Proof of Stake· Light Nodes vs Full Nodes· Super Nodes· Quadratic FundingFollow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms!Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook      
This week on The Encrypted Economy, my guest is Dave Jevans, CEO of CipherTrace. CipherTrace was founded in 2015 and provides anti-money laundering compliance solutions to the world of cryptocurrency. With deep expertise in blockchain, payment systems, and cybersecurity, David sheds light on the developments in the space and what they mean for the future of the crypto economy. Topics Covered:· Introduction to CipherTrace and Issues in Crypto (0:00)· Dave Jevans Background (3:18)· Impact of the Travel Rule on Virtual Currencies (5:12)· FATF Guidance and Implications on the World (7:43)· The Travel Rule and Privacy Coins (11:20)· Implementing FATF Recommendations on a Decentralized Protocol (16:01)· Inherent Conflict Between Privacy and AML (31:47)· Managing Information Requests (34:10)· Security Issues in Crypto and Potential Solutions (42:00) · Proposed Regulation on DeFi Developers (49:03)  Resource Links:· Dave’s LinkedIn · Dave’s Twitter · CipherTrace · Travel Rule · FATF Recommendations · The Sunrise Problem · Privacy Coins · DOJ Crypto Enforcement Framework · Whitelisting Addresses Proposal · DeFi Program Regulatory Arbitrage · Meta Mask Phishing Incident · Proposed Regulation on DeFi Developers · CipherTrace ReportFollow The Encrypted Economy on your favorite platforms! Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Facebook 
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