The State of Crypto Regulation | Rebecca Rettig and Jake Chervinsky
In this episode of Empire, Jason and Santi are joined by Rebecca Rettig and Jake Chervinsky to discuss the state of crypto regulation. We explore what Tornado Cash sanctions mean for crypto, how to define decentralization, if tokens will be considered securities, Ethereum censorship, what to expect from future regulation and more!
01:18 Tornado Cash Sanctions
16:09 Defining Decentralization
26:17 What Has Been Most Damaging to Crypto?
31:03 Do Regulators Understand the Nuances of Crypto?
37:35 What Regulations Should Be Prioritized Today?
39:27 A Focus on User Protection
46:17 Getting Congress on Our Side
59:45 The SEC’s Attack on Crypto (Coinbase)
1:01:02 Uniswap Fee Switch Implications
1:08:17 ETH Validators & OFAC Compliance
1:19:27 Permissionless vs Permissioned DeFi
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DeFi is global. Saying one centralized corrupt Gov(USA) should or even could regulate/control it is the exact opposite of DeFi and very ridiculous. This and all the new added long term risk moving to PoS, sadly just sounds like ETH and Web3 as we know it, must be a lost cause at this point 🙁
santis sound makes him hard to undersetand very often
Why are not voting to dismantle governmental power?
Are there any news sources particularly useful for following crypto regulation status?
There won’t be 2 eth networks, there will be 3!
PosOFAC, posNoOFAC, powNoOFAC
Extremely sharp guests. Thank you for honest discussion of the challenges mixed with optimism!
So what is the difference Jake?🤔
She's talking out of turn…smh
'north korea' hegel
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