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Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies & Privacy - The Government's Right to Know
The Government Blockchain Association (www.GBAglobal.org) will be hosting a panel to discuss blockchain, cryptocurrencies and privacy. Panelists will include: Randy Bishop of Guardtime (Blockchain Implemented by Estonia) Randy has over thirty years of innovative leadership in key positions over a broad spectrum of security, intelligence, and law enforcement programs worldwide. Experienced in business development and delivery, cybersecurity technology development and implementation, business transformation, strategic planning and profit management. Mike Bombace, General Counsel, Government Blockchain Association Mike also chairs the Financial Regulatory and Compliance Working Group for GBA. He currently advise several US government clients on Blockchains, cryptocurrencies, Distributed Ledger Technology, and other emerging technologies related to the financial data space. He worked at Ripple and built their anti-money laundering program and worked closely with product, engineering, and data teams on several internal projects. He has worked on virtual currency projects for law enforcement, regulators, and other government clients. He also was the Chief Compliance Officer for Shift Payments, a Bitcoin debit card), and helped build the new payments compliance review process for global product launches at Citi. Nabeel Malik, CEO Cryptolitics Inc. and GBA Certified Instructor He facilitates analytical analysis and discussions on current crypto events. Cryptolitics provides subject matter expertise in digital currency and specialize in mining, setting up bit coin ATM machines, conducting ICO research and development, and taxes and state compliance around digital currency. Cryptolitcs also provides up to date intel on digital currency that is relevant in today’s market.

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