Attending the Inaugural Blockchain Law for Social Good Conference, founder David Rodman joined the “Security, Commodity, or Fiat? Designing Regulations for the Money of the Future” panel dedicated to discussing the existing and future landscape of U.S. securities laws. Assessing the obstacles presently facing the industry, the panel noted key policy problems in the U.S. pushing Web3 entities to incorporate off-shore and the claimed concerns of blockchain being used for “terrorism financing.” Citing the enforcement action against Tornado Cash and concerns of additional protocols being targeted, the group offered ideas for reforms that could alleviate current challenges blockchain’s legal operating space.
Moderated by Yarden Kakon, Dave was joined by Chanté Eliaszadeh of White & Case LLP and Alexandra Medina, Vice Mayor of the City of Emeryville, California. Check out the full discussion below: