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From the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) demanding that crypto exchanges collect and retain information about people trading on exchanges to the massive worldwide suspicion and pushback against Facebook's proposed stable coin Libra, it seems that regulatory obstructions are being hoisted up around the world to rein in and bridle cryptocurrencies. Paul Moynan, Dragon CEO said, “the [crypto] market has transformed beyond all recognition since the early upregulated years. We are on the cusp of seeing mass adoption for blockchain and digital currencies but the problem we face now is finding the safest route through the murky waters of regulation.”
The range of speakers will be moderated expertly by a colleague of Paul Moynan, Matthew Cheung, Founder of J.M. Consultancy Services Limited, a company founded in January 2019 by a team of Crypto Evangelists with the clear focus to promote DLT & Blockchain technology. Matthew and his firm rapidly gained a reputation for excellence backed up through experience serving in a range of top-class firms such as OKCoin, OKEx, Coinsuper, HSBC and Citibank, etc.
Despite being a free to attend event, a stellar line up of panellists will be on hand for live Q&A sessions including, Nattariva Wittayatanaseth, Senior Investment Manager, Beacon Venture Capital; Lennix Lai, Director of Financial Markets at OKEx and Ivan Chan, Head of Strategy at CoinSuper.
But what do you think? Should projects and exchanges bend to regulators, or is this going entirely against the grain of decentralization - why not let us know your thoughts now on our Facebook or Twitter channels.