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The ‘War On Crypto,’ Is It a Uniquely American War?

The U.S negative imagery of crypto, blockchain technology and digital assets, to name a few, is not the same view as the rest of the world.

April 7, 2023

This episode is sponsored by EY and Brave.

What are the ongoing efforts, particularly in the United States and Europe, to regulate and control the use of cryptocurrencies and related technologies?

Governments may contend that these efforts are necessary to prevent illegal activities such as money laundering, terrorism financing and tax evasion. However, proponents of cryptocurrencies argue that such efforts are misguided and threaten individual privacy and freedom. The “War on Crypto” issue remains concerning, specifically in the U.S.

In this episode of “Money Reimagined,” Michael Casey and Sheila Warren discuss their take on the latest happenings in the White House’s role in innovation, the value of decentralized governance, and power structures, semiconductors and Silicon Valley, the doomsday scenario and much more.

On this show Michael and Sheila discuss:

  • The War on Crypto.
  • The White House’s role in innovation.
  • The value of decentralized governance and power structures.
  • Semiconductors and Silicon Valley.
  • The doomsday scenario.
  • Pushing back against the digital yuan.
  • Infrastructure investment and infrastructure.
  • And now a pressing issue is AI.

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Money Reimagined has been produced and edited by senior producer Michele Musso and our executive producer is Jared Schwartz. Our theme song is “AITA” by Neon Beach.

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