Sasha Hodder of The HODLcast interviewed me and David Gerard, author of “Attack of the 50-foot Blockchain,” about collapsed Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX.
Sasha is an attorney with DLT Law Group, P.A., which focuses on supporting crypto-related businesses. David’s work has had a huge influence on me, so you can imagine how much fun I had doing a podcast with him.
QuadrigaCX is the story of how two sketchy characters—one, a convicted felon, and the other, a young man who seemingly had been running ponzi schemes since his teenage years—came together and launched a crypto exchange. A match made in heaven, right?
David and I talk about how this was even possible; the appalling, amateurish way the business was run; and the impact this could have on future crypto regulation.
I just did an interview with Sasha Hodder of The HODLcast. Sasha is attorney with DLT Law Group, P.A., which focuses on supporting crypto-related businesses.
We talked about crypto exchange Bitfinex and its legal tangle with the New York Attorney General. We also touched on Tether, Crypto Capital, Reginald Fowler, Ravid Yosef, and all of that good stuff you keep hearing about in the news lately.
I spoke to her for a full hour, so she got to test me on all the court documents I’ve been rummaging through lately. She wanted to talk about the now-defunct QuadrigaCX, too, but I was out of breath, so we decided to save that topic for another time
Literally, 15 minutes after we spoke, she had the podcast up online. The only thing I forgot to mention is that I’m reader supported.
I’m basically available for podcasts — including video, with advanced warning — and generally say “yes” to media.