Pop quiz question for you: Aside from the fact that these are famous people, what do Tom Brady, Larry David, Kim Kardashian, Shaquille O’Neal, all have in common?

Well, the answer is— they’re all getting sued for their crypto promotion! So if crypto is touted as being such a great fintech investment, why are these celebrities getting sued for promoting them? What’s even going on with FTX and all the collapses to begin with?

Following the news of these celebrities getting into the legal cross hairs of crypto, the SEC has filed legal actions against Coinbase and Binance for securities violations.

On this episode of the Cut to the Chase: Podcast, Lee Reiners, educator for the Duke Financial Economics Center, and a leading expert in financial technology law, will share his insights on the latest legal issues and regulatory oversight in crypto. We are here to debunk and explain the common myths about crypto and the law.

Join Gregg and Lee on “Cut to the Chase” as they discuss how to:

  • Delve into the world of crypto regulation and how it affects the United States market landscape.

  • Learn the major risks and challenges that crypto enthusiasts and investors must be aware of for a successful journey in this industry.

  • Grasp the significance of the debate surrounding the classification of cryptocurrencies and why it matters for your investments.

  • Understand the pressing need for robust investor protection measures in the rapidly changing crypto industry.

  • Appreciate the importance of strong governance and risk management in crypto firms, paving the way for a more trustworthy and reliable market

Stay ahead of the crypto game and join us for a deep dive into this fascinating and rapidly-changing space!

The resources mentioned in this episode are:

  • Visit Duke Law’s website to learn more about their fintech law and policy courses taught by Lee Reiners.

  • Consider investing in crypto, but do your research and understand the risks involved.

  • If you are a crypto firm, seek out high-quality legal advice to navigate the complex regulatory landscape.

  • Stay informed about the latest news and developments in the crypto world by regularly reading reputable news sources such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

  • Consider diversifying your portfolio to include a variety of assets, including traditional financial assets and alternative assets like crypto.

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