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Georgia Quinn, general counsel of Coin List. Georgia Quinn, general counsel of CoinList. Courtesy photo

It’s not every day that an industry begs the federal government for better regulation, but that increasingly is the case with the emerging blockchain/cryptocurrency industry.

“Because we have this lack of clarity right now it is creating uncertainty that is completely paralyzing,” said Georgia Quinn, general counsel of CoinList, a company that vets and lists cryptocurrency token sales or initial coin offerings, in a recent interview.

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