BSE Economics of Public Policy alum Sam Juthani ’13 recently wrote about the maturing digital assets market in a blog post for Flint Global, where he works in the Markets and Investor Advisory practice.
Sam shared an overview of his post on LinkedIn:
“I’ve blogged about the outlook for crypto and DLT (distributed ledger technology). While crypto assets might have hogged the headlines, the big story is the investment in the underlying infrastructure. And that’s where there’s a huge amount of commercial possibility – from payments, digital bonds, tokenisation, and safe, stable ways to access a wider digital economy.”
He pointed out that “2023 is a major year for digital regulation, and there’s a risk that innovation is stopped in its tracks by policymakers who are rightly trying to stop cases of abuse and fraud. This isn’t a question of balance so much as understanding – and businesses have an important role to play in helping policymakers understand that world.”
You might also like to check out Sam’s post on the collapse of FTX from November 2022: History repeats itself – first as banking, then as crypto (with Conor Sewell).
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Sam Juthani ’13 is a Manager at Flint Global in the UK. He is an alum of the BSE Master’s in Economics of Public Policy.