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Coinbase – Navigating the Future of Crypto and Finance


What does the future of finance look like, and how is cryptocurrency shaping this landscape? In this episode of Tech Talks Daily, we delve into these pressing questions with Tom Duff Gordon, the Vice President of International Policy at Coinbase. With a rich background in regulatory policy and government affairs from his tenure at Credit Suisse and active involvement with key policy groups, Tom brings a wealth of knowledge and insight into the global financial ecosystem.

Tom shares his experiences and perspectives on the transformative potential of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. We discuss how these innovations are enabling faster, cheaper, and more programmable payments, and how stablecoins and tokenization are opening up new opportunities for investors. Tom elaborates on Coinbase’s ambitious international expansion strategy, detailing their “Go Deep, Go Broad” approach to establish localized operations in key markets while offering tailored services in others.

We also address the regulatory landscape, examining the challenges and progress in achieving regulatory clarity and building trust. Tom highlights the importance of initiatives like MiCA in Europe and discusses Coinbase’s commitment to security and privacy, utilizing advanced technologies to protect user assets and data.

Additionally, we explore global market trends, such as the increasing institutional adoption of crypto, the rise of on-chain activity, and the political progress towards regulatory frameworks. Tom also shares insights into upcoming initiatives from Coinbase, including the “Stand With Crypto” campaign and the scaling of their layer-2 blockchain “Base.”

Join us for an enlightening conversation on the future of finance, the role of cryptocurrencies, and the challenges and opportunities ahead. What are your thoughts on the regulatory landscape for cryptocurrencies? Share your opinions with us, and let’s continue this important discussion.

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