Join Eva Gustavsson, Copper's Head of Public Affairs and Jennifer Ewing, Head of Strategy at the Center For Digital Assets And Democracy (CFDAAD). CFDAAD is built on the principle that everybody should own and control their own assets, with the state and its agencies acting as enabling and directly accountable public servants. Together, Eva and Jennifer discuss these topics:
The need for individuals to have access to and control of their assets.
The work with regulators to acknowledge and enable digital currencies.
The impact of CBDCs on democracy and democratic institutions.
The CFDAAD is founded by Claire Cummings, founder and managing partner of the law firm Cummings Pepperdine LLP, a London legal firm at the forefront of the crypto and blockchain revolution.
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