Founder of Germany’s first regulated blockchain lending platform speaks to BAR on recent FATF AML standards on crypto
He spoke to BAR on Facebook’s Libra, regulations, Ethereum and various initiatives at ConsenSys aimed at bringing blockchain to the masses.
In a shift of tone, BIS’ Augusten Carsten tells FT that central bank digital currencies might happen sooner than expected.
While Libra does help push crypto assets into the mainstream, Raphael Tressieres and Paul Li, HK-based crypto experts, question the feasibility of new FB coin
The FATF also calls for global co-operation in fighting financial crime in virtual assets mentioning in particular large-scale enforcement actions in the United States.
C Block’s Mun Shing Cheong speaks on various topics such as the challenges and opportunities in the brand new field of asset tokenization in the context of Asia.
Japan, as a host of the global summit and as a crypto pioneer, will likely push for a set of unified global norms for digital assets under the aegis of G20
Legacy Trust is already working with nearly 20,000 entities including OTC desks, cryptocurrency funds, high net worth individuals, amongst others.
NexChange has organized more than 60 fintech and blockchain events which has attracted more than 40,000 participants. Lee has plans to become a digital investment bank.
Michael K Spencer discusses the implications about Facebook’s entry into crytpo business and what it means for the token economy