Over the past decade, cryptocurrencies and other digital assets have grown in popularity and have become an increasingly important part of the global financial system. Despite their growing use, however, there is still a lack of clarity around how these assets should be regulated. Governments and regulatory bodies around the world have struggled to keep up with the rapid pace of technological change and the emergence of new financial instruments

The University of Pretoria and the United States Attorney General Alliance are hosting a Webinar on February 28, 2023 titled "Fintech - Crypto Assets & Consumers" to discuss the regulation of crypto assets as it stands today, the difficulties facing regulators, and what the future may hold for this rapidly developing industry.

In this episode of iAfrikan Bytes were joined by Prof Slyvia, associate professor at the University of Pretoria’s Centre for Intellectual Property Law to share insights about the webinar.

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