The CryptoLaw Podcast: Interview with Wulf Kaal

Your host Roxana Nasoi along with regular guest and practicing attorney Wes Williams interview Law Professor and Emerging Technology Strategist Wulf Kaal for this episode of The CryptoLaw Podcast.

Wulf Kaal is a law professor at the University of St. Thomas School of Law as well as a leading expert on emerging technology applications in numerous industries, including token sales, smart contracts, private investment fund regulation and compliance. His scholarship focuses upon emerging technology applications in corporate governance and private investment fund regulation in the United States. He is one of the leading proponents of dynamic regulatory solutions for innovation, and the founder and CEO of Semada. You can connect with him on Twitter @WulfKaal.

Interview Topics

  • Semada
  • Stability; Liquidity; Utility; Governance
  • Decentralized Autonomous Organizations
  • Stablecoins and the importance of a stable currency
  • Law and regulation in the United States and internationally
  • Importance of UI/UX for cryptocurrency adoption


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