Partner hosts cryptocurrency panel for PYMENTS
Partner Ashley Ebersole hosted a cryptocurrency panel for PYMENTS on Oct. 22 discussing the evolution of crypto regulation. The panel shared that B2B crypto payments will have a clearer path toward their full potential in the future when and if corporates and fintechs give voice to what they specifically want to see from regulators.
The panel consisted of payment executives, attorneys, investors, and academics including i2c President Jim McCarthy; Wharton Managing Director, Center for Innovation in Finance, and Senior Director, Alternative Investments Program Sarah Hammer; and QED Investors Partner Amias Gerety, former Acting Assistant Secretary for Financial Institutions at the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
Ashley is a former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) attorney whose practice at BCLP focuses on securities and FinTech regulatory and enforcement matters, corporate internal investigations, white collar criminal defense, and complex civil litigation. He has unique experience with the SEC’s digital asset regulatory and enforcement efforts, and provides counsel to all varieties of participants in that space.
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