As the coronavirus outbreak altered life outside his office in New York, digital currency law guru Marco Santori got to work earlier this month at his new job as chief legal officer for cryptocurrency exchange Kraken. 

Kraken is headquartered in San Francisco and was founded in 2011, about a year before Santori caught the “Bitcoin bug. Within a few months, his interest spurred him to join the Bitcoin Foundation. Soon, he was advising clients navigating the nascent world of crypto regulation.

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