Tech Intersect Podcast
Tech Intersect, hosted by attorney, law professor, keynote speaker and entrepreneur Tonya M. Evans, is an engaging, informative, and lively show that highlights new and notable voices to explore the intersections of technology, business, law, culture and the future of work, wealth and creativity. No law business or tech background is required. Just an intellectually curious mind and an eye focused on the future. Let’s meet where law, business and tech intersect! 877396b7023304e587d4b08ba74a5443116eafc0
“Coincidence or Coordination?” That was the name of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Digital Assets, Financial Technology and Inclusion hearing I testified before last week. I am honored to have been invited to testify at this new subcommittee’s first hearing, but there wasn’t enough time to say everything I had prepared. I think it was also a missed opportunity by the Subcommittee to explore the impact of regulatory uncertainty on marginalized populations.
Today, I want to expand on what I did (and did not) have the chance to say during the hearing. This week, episode 149 of the Tech Intersect™ Podcast is about the federal regulation of digital assets, financial technology, and inclusion.
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Some of the talking points I go over in this episode include:
- Concerns of the SEC using its broad discretionary powers on a piecemeal basis without providing clarity or a fair opportunity to understand the rules of the industry.
- How the Biden administration’s digital currency policy doesn’t provide the framework that it claims to.
- The lack of discussion of inclusion – even though it’s in the name of the subcommittee.
- The double standard of major banks’ perception of digital currencies and assets.
Links from today’s episode:
Subcommittee on Digital Assets, Financial Technology and Inclusion Full Hearing
(My opening starts at 41:49)
Tech Intersect #135: The FTX Collapse, Congressional Hearings and Where We Go From Here
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