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Public Lecture: Regulating Cryptocurrencies: The Future of Bitcoin, Ether, and Other Tokens

Presented by the Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy
Speaking Engagement | February 5, 2018

Gary DeWaal, special counsel in the Financial Services practice, will participate in "Regulating Cryptocurrencies: The Future of Bitcoin, Ether, and Other Tokens" at 6:15 p.m. (ET) on Monday, February 5. The lecture will discuss questions such as:

  • What are cryptocurrencies—commodities or securities?
  • What challenges do market participants face in trading them?
  • What is the future of Bitcoin and others?
  • What should governments and regulators do about these developments, and what problems need to be solved?
  • What regulations should be applied, and when?

View the "Regulating Cryptocurrencies: The Future of Bitcoin, Ether, and Other Tokens" presentation.

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