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FinTech Forward: Blockchain, ICOs, and Cryptocurrencies

A HUB Talks Podcast

Date: 25 February 2019

In this episode, Jeremy McLaughlin and Dan Cohen discuss blockchain use cases, and the regulatory trends and associated frameworks for ICOs, and cryptocurrencies. In particular, they provide an overview of the application of state money transmitter laws, and federal securities regulations to cryptocurrencies and ICOs, respectively. Previously recorded November 2018.

About FinTech Forward
FinTech Forward was created by K&L Gates lawyers to provide timely updates on emerging developments and cutting-edge advancements trending in FinTech. This podcast will showcase how our lawyers help clients navigate the business, regulatory, and policy issues surrounding the FinTech space and develop innovative solutions to meet their business goals. FinTech Forward will also feature interviews with FinTech industry leaders who will provide valuable insight for those operating in or around financial technology and financial services. It is part of the HUB Talks podcast series, which covers critical issues at the intersection of business and law.

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