China put its red-hot cryptocurrency market on ice last month when it shut down bitcoin exchanges and banned initial coin offerings (ICOs), an emerging tactic through which cryptocurrency ventures raise capital by selling investors a percentage of newly released coins.
Claire Groden is the Program Associate at the Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law. Previously, she studied law at Peking University as a Yenching Scholar. Groden has worked as a reporter at Fortune and a reporter-researcher at The New Republic. She holds an AB from Dartmouth College magna cum laude in government and Asian studies.
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