We're talking to experts in the crypto and blockchain space about the future of the industry. You'll hear from economists, entrepreneurs, developers, and other speakers from Consensus events.
We're preparing for Consenus 2019, the world's largest blockchain conference, with weekly interview of influencers, developers, entrepreneurs, regulators, and stakeholders from all over the crypto sphere. Join host Nolan Bauerle for a weekly look at where the space is and where it's headed.
And don't forget to pick up Consensus tickets at coindesk.com/events
Jake Chervinsky is a lawyer, just not yours. A litigator with New York-based Kobre & Kim, Chervinsky has become a preeminent Twitter personality thanks to his insightful, informative tweets about cryptocurrency, and particularly ETFs. Chervinsky joins host Nolan Bauerle to talk about the SEC, enforcement, and the Twitter school of law.
Register for Consensus to see Jake in New York at Consensus2019.com
Jake can be found on Twitter at @jchervinsky.
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Clovyr co-founder Amber Baldet joins Nolan Bauerle to discuss the state of enterprise blockchain and the benefits of taking privacy seriously.
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Amber can be found on Twitter at @amberbaldet.
Kadena's Will Martino joins host Nolan Bauerle to share his journey from the SEC and JPMorgan into the Wild West of crypto.
Kadena can be found on Twitter at @kadena_io
Flexa co-founder Tyler Spalding joins host Nolan Bauerle to discuss why vendors should love blockchain payments, even if customers haven't jumped on board.
Flexa can be found on Twitter at @FlexaHQ
Chairman J. Christopher Giancarlo of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission joins host Nolan Bauerle for an exit interview covering his time at the CFTC, the future of blockchain regulation, and the origins of the nickname "CryptoDad."
Chairman Giancarlo can be found on Twitter at @giancarloCFTC
Seed CX co-founder Edward Woodford joins host Nolan Bauerle to discuss market data, manipulation, and fair markets.
Eric Piscini of Citizens Reserve tells CoinDesk's Nolan Bauerle that decentralized platforms are the #1 opportunity in the blockchain space.
Messari's Ryan Selkis (formerly of CoinDesk) and host Nolan Baurle discuss the importance of objective information and transparency in the cryptoasset market.
Ryan can be found on Twitter at @twobitidiot.
IBM's Suzanne Livingston speaks with CoinDesk's Nolan Bauerle about supply chains, the cost of food recalls, and what makes IBM's Food Trust unique.