The CryptoLaw Podcast: Episode 4
News of the Week
Lots of major news came out this past week and we don’t hesitate to express our opinions about all of it in an animated yet civil (because we are professionals, after all) discussion:
- MasterCard files a patent for a multi blockchain network. You can find the patent information here.
- Stablecoins as Crypto 3.0? multiple exchanges start listing USD backed stablecoins. Read the news here.
- Failure of the Civil ICO. Does it portend the end of the ICO era?Can there ever be a viable “utility token” project? Learn more the Brooklyn Project framework upon which Civil’s ICO was basedhere.
Stablecoins Much Wow
We spend a little more time than we originally planned on the topic of stablecoins, mainly because there’s a lot to cover. And if you don’t think we covered everything, fear not because we’re planning a follow up. ?
New (Crypto) Kid on the Block
Is crypto a new asset class?
We briefly cover what traditional versus digital asset classes are available, and why crypto is either a new asset class or a hybrid class which requires specific rules. This is also a topic we are planning to invest a bit more time and energy in at some point in the near future.
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