Buckley Webcast: Innovation meets regulation — The Biden cryptocurrency executive order
President Biden issued an executive order in March that articulated broad policy goals for the use and regulation of cryptocurrency, but the order offered few specifics and did little to resolve hot speculation about future regulation of digital assets.
Buckley attorneys Jerry Buckley, Jeff Hydrick, Katy Ryan, along with guest, V. Gerard Comizio, Professor at American University Washington College of Law and author of “Virtual Currency Law: The Emerging Legal and Regulatory Framework” discussed what the executive order might mean for existing cryptocurrencies, when to expect greater clarification of their regulatory status, what consumer protections might look like, and state regulatory efforts.
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