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Many see digital currencies emerging as a new asset class. Traditional banks are backing digital currency exchanges. Model-driven investors like Paul Tudor Jones are advocating bitcoin. In addition, new services and tools have made it easier to address credit and regulatory risk. But is this enough? Are digital currencies becoming safer and easier for investors to manage? In this session, we’ll hear from FalconX, LedgerPrime, Digital Gamma, BlockchainIntel and others discuss how to address credit and regulatory risk. They’ll discuss:
What challenges do firms that want to exchange digital assets face in terms of credit and regulatory risk?
How does understanding credit risk make investing in digital currencies safer? (e.g. specific stories/examples of recent high profile events)
How do firms offering digital assets and currencies differentiate now, given recent events?
What are the different types of lending products and platforms?
What services and tools can make lending and investing safer? (e.g custodian, managed service, smart contract)
Karen Hsu, Founder of BlockchainIntel and Blockchain By Women
Aya Kantorovich, Strategy and Ops, FalconX
Ayesha Kiani, VP Business Development, LedgerPrime
Ari Pine, Co-Founder, Digital Gamma