Trust in Transactions: Security & Digital Currency Exchanges
Major security and privacy breaches in the world of digital currency exchanges have cost consumers hundreds of millions of dollars, exposed sensitive information and eroded public trust. However, this emerging branch of fintech is undergoing a necessary transformation towards safer and more trustworthy exchanges with enhanced cybersecurity and new regulatory oversight for laws like AML and KYC. As more people begin to explore the advantages of digital currencies, its markets are becoming increasingly standardized, compliant and secure.
Matthew Burgoyne, head of McLeod Law's Cryptocurrency and Blockchain group will be speaking in the Canadian Blockchain Consortium webinar: Trust in Transactions: Security & Digital Currency Exchanges. He and a panel of government advisors, exchange owners and experts will explain how the sector is quickly evolving from the Wild West to something much more like Wall Street.
You can catch the webinar here!