My name is Robin Sosnow (@RobinSosnowEsq). I'm a securities attorney in NYC, graduate school professor at CMU, and founder of LawLab. My focus is on equity crowdfunding, startups, legal innovation, and blockchain technology. The goal of this newsletter is to share valuable insights, incite conversation, and to bring awareness to the evolving regulatory landscape. To learn more about my background, click here to listen.
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After the Quadriga CX fiasco in which thousands of investors using the exchange lost millions after the founder died without disclosing the private keys, the Winklevoss twins are advocating for trust and regulation of crypto markets. Investor confidence has taken big hits after the Quadriga and Mt Gox scandals, but oversight and compliance can return Bitcoin to its former glory, at least in the Gemini founders minds (Bloomberg)
The Senate is preparing to explore the JOBS Act 3.0, an update that is designed to jumpstart the IPO market by amending the accredited investor definition and reducing filing and compliance costs. Check out our deep dive on the proposed bill here! (Jobs Act Lawyer)
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