Peer Mountain’s Jed Grant Gives his Views on Blockchain Regulation at TokenMarket 2018

The TokenMarket Summit 2018: ‘Insights into the Token Economy’ saw speakers, keynotes and panels deliver interesting and insightful discussions on a variety of topics within the blockchain space. TokenMarket were fortunate enough to have Peer Mountain CEO and Founder, Jed Grant, join our panel with a variety of industry leading speakers to discuss the changes that the blockchain space has seen in the last 18 months.

Pavel Kuskowski CEO and Founder of AMLT, Nick Taylor Onfido Client Service Manager, Anthony Provasoli Partner and FinTech Team Leader at Hassans Law joined Jed to delve into the world of improving fintech regulation.

Jed, the inventor of KYC3 (Know Your Customer) and one of the founding members of the ICO Regulatory Council, discussed his own experiences within the regulation and compliance aspects of blockchain. Jed provided his expert opinions on why the blockchain space is now starting to become a much more regulated, and as a result, secure space:

There has been elements of ignorance on both sides in terms of the regulators and the promoters of the blockchain” Jed states. “What we are seeing now is a convergence on how these projects can be regulated. Education is definitely the answer.

 

 

To watch the full compliance and regulation technology panel, you can follow the link to the video here.

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About Peer Mountain

Peer Mountain is the cross-blockchain protocol that connects self-sovereign ID holders with businesses, enabling commerce at scale. It is the only decentralized identity network that provides businesses with instant cost-effective regulatory compliance, puts people in control of their protected personal information, and pays ID verifiers for their trustworthiness. Peer Mountain is working with a major Swiss financial institution to develop its platform, which it will roll out to 12 million Swiss and German end users by the end of 2019.