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Robert A. Schwinger Robert A. Schwinger

Debates continue to swirl over how lightly or heavily cryptocurrency should be regulated. The interest in giving breathing room for an exciting new financial technology to grow and experiment often finds itself pitted against the interest in protecting the public from unscrupulous actors who may seek to exploit an area that is not always well understood and in which consensus may not yet exist about what laws are best suited for the area given the various competing interests. Questions also are raised about to what extent enforcement actions as opposed to other regulatory avenues should be employed as the means for protecting the public.

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