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The Future of ICOs and the Cryptocurrency Market

Up, down, and all around. The highs and lows of the cryptocurrency market have taken over the airwaves for the past year with celebrities, politicians, and amateur investors getting involved in token sales and trading.

Join this panel where a panel of crypto experts will discuss:
-ICO launches to watch out for
-Is the cryptocurrency bubble about to burst?
-Is regulation an opportunity or a deterrent to innovation?
-Crypto crime and preventing fraud

Speakers -

Nikki Johnstone (Allen & Overy)
Kristian Sorensen (Norfico)
Karnika Yashwant (KEY Difference Media)
Tomer Sofinzon (PillarProject)
Recorded Sep 18 2018 59 mins
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