Blog: ICR Digital Asset Series: Discussing Crypto Regulation with Managing Director at Institute of International Finance, Former SEC Commissioner, and Former CFTC Commissioner May 10 at 11am ET – Yahoo Finance

By Alan Hatfield

In the next installment of strategic communications and advisory firm ICR’s Digital Asset Series, King & Spalding Partner J.C. Boggs will sit down with Jessica Renier, Managing Director, Digital Finance at Institute of International Finance, Troy Paredes, Former SEC Commissioner and Brian Quintenz, Former CFTC Commissioner to discuss the regulatory outlook for the crypto industry on Tuesday, May 10th at 11am ET. To register, CLICK HERE.

ICR’s Digital Asset Series is a new virtual event forum for thought-provoking conversations with high-profile executives from across the blockchain and digital asset ecosystems. Topics discussed at each event are intended to help educate public and private investors and C-suite executives on the opportunities and real-world applications presented by the digital assets ecosystem.

The first event of the series, hosted on April 19th, saw ICR SVP Juan Arias in conversation with CEO Gavin Michael of Bakkt, the NYSE-listed technology platform known for allowing consumers, businesses, and institutions to unlock the value of digital assets including cryptocurrency, and Co-Founder and CEO Yoni Assia of eToro, the world’s leading social investing platform that aims to revolutionize the way people invest and enhance investors’ financial education in products such as crypto, equities, commodities and currencies.

An additional event has been announced for May 17, with featured speakers to be announced at a later date, each further exploring the future of digital assets as well as the regulatory environment.

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