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Carol Van Cleef Comments on Indictment of Bitcoin Trading Platform BTC-e

News / July 27, 2017

Partner Carol Van Cleef was a speaker at the second annual Blockchain Conference DC on July 28, 2017, in Washington, D.C. Van Cleef moderated “Regulatory Update” panel and was a panelist for the session titled “Blockchain 2020: Expert Predictions for the Near-term Future.”


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