CulturepodcastThe BizVideo

Interview: Gabriel Shapiro On Bitcoin Regulations

In this episode of “The Biz,” crypto lawyer Gabriel Shapiro discussed Bitcoin and altcoin regulation.

Watch This Episode On YouTube

Listen To This Episode:

This episode of “The Biz” featured Gabriel Shapiro, an experienced “crypto” lawyer for both Bitcoin and altcoin businesses. Host John Carvalho and Shapiro bridged the gap of topics across Bitcoin, Ethereum, regulations, contracts and much more.

Shapiro took the time to contrast what he thinks Bitcoiners miss about Ethereum supporters, and what Ethereans miss about Bitcoin. Carvalho managed to remain civil about altcoin topics, trying his best to gather useful info for listeners.

Shapiro clearly understands the value of decentralization while navigating contracts and risks for his clients, and sees “crypto” as a whole as an improvement over fiat and centralized tech companies like Facebook and Google.

Carvalho and Shapiro discussed the track record of how U.S. government agencies have handled and regulated Bitcoin, and their lack of enforcement on shitcoin scams… all while trying to predict how things may unfold in the future. Don’t miss this candid conversation about Bitcoin, shitcoin ethics, law and government powers!

Article First Published on Bitcoin Magazine

Related posts
CultureLawsscience

Why Bitcoin’s Rules Are Enforced By Physics

The laws which govern our physical realm are the foundation upon which Bitcoin is built, as immutability would require. The following article is an expanded, longer version of the original Medium article of the same name by the author, Tomer…
CommunityculturalCultureIdeas

What Is The Ideal Bitcoin Culture?

It is up to us as Bitcoiners to decide what values we want to represent in the community and the industry. Teggy Altankhuyag is the COO and Co-Director of Coinfloor. This is a time of great change and great opportunity…
AnthropologyCulture

Why Anthropologists Are More Interested In Bitcoin Than Economists

Mainstream economists are renowned for bashing on Bitcoin. Anthropologists, on the other hand, are becoming more interested in it. Why? I am an anthropologist and economist who went down the Bitcoin rabbit hole. I wrote this paper to clarify my…