CryptoDad: The Fight for the Future of Money (Wiley)
Friday, 29 October 2021

Dubbed "CryptoDad" for his impassioned plea to Congress to acknowledge and respect cryptocurrencies as the inevitable product of a fast-growing technological wave and a free marketplace, Chris Giancarlo is considered one of "the most influential individuals in financial regulation." This book describes Giancarlo’s own reckoning with the future of the global economy and lays out the fight for a Digital Dollar.

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Author: J. Christopher Giancarlo
Publisher: Wiley
Date: October 2021
Pages: 416
ISBN: 978-1119855088
Print: ‎ 111985508X
Audience: General interest

 

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Contents:

 

  • A thorough exploration of digital change and how it affects the lives of everyone in a global economy
  • A revolutionary consideration of regulatory responses to the rapid pace of technological innovation
  • A call to update our aging financial organizations, particularly the infrastructure of money itself, and focus on renewed faith and confidence in free market innovation
  • A foreword by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, two of the biggest names in cryptocurrencies

 

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