Crypto Execs From Celsius, Kraken, FTX.US Step Down From Roles

Celsius CEO Alex Mashinsky, Kraken CEO Jesse Powell, and FTX.US President Brett Harrison are all stepping down from their roles amid crypto winter. U.S. Regulatory Reporter Cheyenne Ligon discusses what we know so far and what this may reveal about the state of the industry.

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The New Ethics of Privacy and Pseudonymity

At Consensus 2022, internet historian Katherine Dee, aka Default Friend, led a discussion of hotly debated questions around when it is appropriate to reveal the real name behind an internet handle, when doing so constitutes an unwarranted violation of privacy, and how these norms may be shifting. She was joined by Brendan Eich, CEO of Brave Software, former CEO of Mozilla and the inventor of JavaScript; Paul Walsh, founder of cybersecurity firm MetaCert and VR startup Wubud and a veteran of AOL; and Logan Allen, CTO of Tirrel Corporation, a startup building on the Urbit network.

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