Making New York the Crypto Capital
New York State has been at the forefront of the virtual currency industry since its founding, and continues to play a critical role in its growth, evolution, and regulatory future. In the absence of a strong federal framework, New York State has taken the lead, serving as the regulator of choice for many of the world's most respected cryptocurrency firms.
As investor interest and institutional capital fuels a surge in the industry many are wondering what it will take, from both industry and government, to ensure New York remains the long-term home of this fast growing sector.
On December 10th, we plan to explore these questions with a diverse panel of government and industry leaders.
Chair, Technology Committee, New York State Senator
CEO, eToro USA
Co-Chair, Mayor-elect Adams Tech Transition Committee
Head of FinTech and Crypto Practice, Tusk Strategies
Former Executive Deputy Superintendent for Research & Innovation, New York Department of Financial Services; NYCA
Head of Strategy, Good Dollar
10:00AM - 11:30AM EST
December 10th at The Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Place, New York, NY 10280
Welcome and Introduction By Emcee Eric Soufer, Head of FinTech and Crypto Practice,Tusk Strategies
Keynote Speaker New York State Senator Diane Savino, Chair, Technology Committee
Ralph Ortega, Editor-in-Chief, City & State NY (moderator)
Lule Demmissie, CEO, eToro USA
Anna Stone, Head of Strategy, Good Dollar
Andrew Rasiej, Co-Chair Mayor-elect Adams Tech Transition Committee
Matt Homer, Former Executive Deputy Superintendent for Research & Innovation at the New York Department of Financial Services; NYCA
Michael Moro, CEO, Genesis
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