Cryptocurrencies and crime – Evaluating the cryptocurrency global regulatory regime complex

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Blockchain technologies have facilitated the promise of decentralized finance (known as DeFi) and the proliferation of cryptocurrencies and virtual assets. This panel examines the organized crime implications of these technological developments. In particular it focuses on the regulatory, geopolitical and technological implications of these trends. It also points to the regulatory changes underway in response to these emerging technologies and the continued roll-out in multilateral, regulatory and law enforcement capabilities to limit the risks and challenges posed by these technologies.

Jay Albanese

Professor in the Wilder School of Government & Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University and specializes in organized crime, corruption, ethics and transnational crime.

Thomas Blissenden

Senior Liaison Officer for Southeast Asia based at the Australian High Commission in Kuala Lumpur

John Collins

Director of Academic Engagement at the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime.


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