Crypto for Regulators
Regulators have it hard with crypto; let’s make it easier.
A few weeks back, we started a series called Crypto for Regulators. This is an index of published articles, as well as a list of forthcoming analyses. If you would like us to analyze a particular regulatory strategy or issue, please drop us a response below. If we have time and resources to tackle your issue, we will give it our best.
- Crypto for Regulators, Part 1 (Postures)
- Crypto for Regulators, Part 2 (Outright Ban)
- Crypto for Regulators, Part 3 (Personal Liability)
- Crypto for Regulators, Part 4 (Prescriptive Jurisdiction)
- Crypto for Regulators, Part 5 (Crypto-Economics)
- Crypto for Regulators, Part 6 (Public v. Private Jurisdiction)
- Crypto for Regulators, Part 7 (Negotiated Rulemaking)
- Crypto for Regulators, Part 8 (Universal Jurisdiction)
- Crypto for Regulators, Part 9 (CBDCs)
Insofar as ongoing blockchain governance debates may inform ongoing regulatory debates, we also take the liberty of sharing a non-exhaustive primer on blockchain governance.
- Blockchain Governance 101 (Zamfir) — mapping the field
- Blockchain Governance 102 (CleanApp) — critiquing cartographers
- Blockchain Governance 103 (Zamfir) — self-governance
- Blockchain Governance 104 (Buterin) — immutability as governance
- Blockchain Governance 105 (CleanApp) — int’l law & governance
- Blockchain Governance 106 (Zamfir) — good faith
- Blockchain Governance Bibliography.