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US CFTC And SEC To Feature At Cryptocurrency Panel at DC Bar Event
The Commissioner Brian Quintenz will speak on a panel at the DC Bar’s “Cryptocurrency and Digital Asset Regulation: Insight and Perspectives” on coming Wednesday, December 18th, 2019, at 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm (EST).
The event is sponsored by the FinTech Regulation & Enforcement Committee of D.C. Bar Corporations, Finance and Securities Law Community.
The event would be participated by the various representatives from the SEC, CFTC, and state regulators to discuss the changes and their implications. It’s high time to come along and coordinate between SEC and CFTC, to fortify crypto-regulation. We kept reiterating that the U.S. SEC’s eagle eye on the crypto regulation has prolonged, while having embraced the market even while fighting to fend off frauds.
The other renowned speakers at the panel include: Joseph Brady, the Executive Director, North American Securities Administrators Association, Dan Gorfine, the Former Chief Innovation Officer and Director of Lab, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Sumeera Younis, Branch Chief, Securities and Exchange Commission.
In 21st century, the Cryptocurrency has been the centre of attraction among the wide ranges of asset class. Cryptocurrency which is driven by the robust technology called ‘blockchain’, is growing its popularity in different industries and making its traction everywhere right, left, north, south and centre, be it derivatives, or commodity-driven or currency-pegged or bonds, including cryptocurrency ETFs, futures, CFDs, and cryptocurrency options etc) have been under the meticulous scanner of the renowned global regulators, such as, the US SEC, CFTC and UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).