Though 15 years have passed since the birth of Bitcoin in 2009, the U.S. still lacks a coherent framework for regulating cryptocurrencies and digital assets. So what makes effective crypto regulation so challenging? And what might a better way of regulating digital assets look like?
On this episode of Ascend Radio, lawyer and cryptocurrency expert Sean Gellis, who leads a Florida-based legal and consulting firm focused on GovTech and regulation, joins Paul Leavoy to talk about why the current approach of regulation by enforcement is failing both the crypto industry and consumers, and what a better framework might look like.
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