China’s fintech activity is evolving swiftly and the U.S. government needs to thwart this long-term threat by ensuring that the companies exploring new technical capabilities in the financial sector have an alternative to Chinese innovation.
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On September 4th, Alan Cohn hosted the 229th episode of The Cyberlaw Podcast. We took a deep dive into all things blockchain and cryptocurrency discussing recent regulatory developments and best practices for users of exchanges.
Blockchain technology is a highly promising concept that fosters security and anonymity. It lies at the core of things like bitcoin. One of the issues with blockchain has been a lack of certain standardization that allows for it to be scalable and universalized. To that end the International Standards Organization has set out to study what an international blockchain standard might look like.
Alan Cohn and Jason Weinstein talk to Robin Weisman and Peter Van Valkenburgh from the Coin Center.
Last week, we hated on bitcoin. This week we give it some love.
This week we have Nick Weaver on the show. Nick's a regular Lawfare contributor, senior staff researcher at the International Computer Science Institute in Berkeley, California, and as you’ll see, quite the Bitcoin skeptic.