Tagged: brad sherman

Modulus CEO Slams Congressman Sherman’s Anti-Crypto Opinion

Congressman Brad Sherman is well known for his anti-crypto perspective having attacked digital currencies during Congressional hearings. Modulus CEO Richard Gardner recently challenged Representative’s Sherman opinion pointing to a statement emanating out of Kenya. Bitange Ndemo, Chairman of the Taskforce on Distributed Ledgers and Artificial Intelligence… Read More

No RSVP from Congressman Sherman for Crypto Invest Summit

Congressman Brad Sherman has been one of the most outspoken critics of the crypto / blockchain sector. Granted, many elected officials are sitting on the fence as to what, if anything, they should legislate to facilitate, or curtail, the emerging crypto sector. Just this week,… Read More

Crypto Invest Summit Partners with Consensys & Token Foundry on Upcoming Event – But Still No Congressman Sherman

The Crypto Invest Summit (CIS) is out with an update on their forthcoming event next month. CIS has partnered with Consensys and Token Foundry to educate cryptocurrency and blockchain investors as well as developers. At the event, CIS will introduce a “Builders’ Track,” designed to specialize… Read More

Event Organizer and VC Alon Goren Invites Congressman Sherman to Debate his Negative Stance on Cryptocurrency

Last week the subcommittee on Monetary Policy, part of the powerful House Financial Services Committee, held a hearing entitled “The Future of Money: Digital Currency.” This is not the first Congressional committee to tackle this emerging sector of Fintech and there will certainly be many more… Read More

House Financial Services Subcommittee: Representative Sherman Tells SEC to Shut All ICOs Down, Representative Emmer Sees “Real Opportunity” with Crypto

Last week, while New York City saw thousands of cryptocurrency enthusiasts discuss the benefits of digital assets and blockchain, a House Financial Services subcommittee reviewed initial coin offerings with the leaders of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Enforcement Division. The Congressional Hearing provided a… Read More

Congressional Committee Reviews Marketplace Lending

  Do Online Lenders Benefit from Regulatory Arbitrage? Yesterday (July 12), the subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit (part of the House Financial Services Committee) hosted an educational hearing on Fintech and Marketplace Lending. The meeting saw the participation of several industry executives including… Read More

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