Securrency Looks Ahead Following Successful Raise By World-Leading Financial Services

By Dan Doney, CEO of Securrency

The last 12 months have presented unprecedented challenges and tested the resilience of the human spirit. As we look forward to a post-COVID-19 world, we at Securrency are hopeful that the end is in sight. …


By Jackson Mueller, Director of Policy and Government Relations

One of the defining characteristics of financial technology is its borderless nature. At the same time, however, the full potential of this feature is frequently limited by the unique compliance regimes of the many regulatory agencies across multiple jurisdictions that have been in place for years. While prudent financial market regulation has contributed to a vibrant, competitive, global financial services ecosystem, the ever-increasing pace of financial technology development creates constant stress on these regulatory frameworks, and exposes an apparent tension between fintech innovators and global regulators. All too often, the technologist’s…


Acting Comptroller of the Currency Brian Brooks at Two Sides of the American Coin. Image: Chamber of Digital Commerce

By Jackson Mueller, Director of Policy and Government Relations

This article was first published on Forkast.

Election 2020 may have come and gone, but there remain outstanding questions about the makeup of Congress and the regulatory outlook for digital assets. While the electoral math is unlikely to be quickly resolved and ambiguity as to who will sit atop of key financial regulatory agencies is unlikely to be clarified until early in the new year, industry and regulators will continue to press forward in the interim toward the development of a mature digital assets ecosystem.

As we continue to discuss how…


By Jackson Mueller, Director of Policy and Government Relations at Securrency

The US Securities and Exchange Commission recently made headlines when the agency adopted amendments to the “accredited investor” definition. Prior to the announcement, investors were deemed to be “accredited” based solely on income or net worth tests as defined by the Commission — a net worth of at least $1 million, excluding the value of primary residence, or maintain an income of at least $200,000 each year for the last two years (or $300,000 combined income, if married). …


The event in collaboration with the Chamber of Digital Commerce sees global experts discuss digital asset innovation and regulation

Securrency, a leading developer of institutional-grade blockchain-based financial and regulatory technology, has announced its upcoming webinar ‘Two Sides of the American Coin’. Hosted in collaboration with the Chamber of Digital Commerce, the event will feature an all-star speaker lineup.

Set to take place on 1 October 2020, event attendees will see industry leaders and prominent voices in the digital asset revolution come together to discuss innovation and regulation within the space, fostering further collaboration and engagement.

The following speakers will present…


John Hensel, Chief Operating Officer at Securrency

This article was first published on CoinTelegraph.

Economists, pundits, institutions and investors often talk about the global financial system. When stocks go up and trade thrives, they applaud its contributions to prosperity; when the markets crash and stocks dip, they blame its inhuman scale or its untrustworthy manipulators. But anyone who has attempted to diversify their portfolio with foreign stocks or acquire another nation’s bonds quickly comes to the same conclusion: The global financial system isn’t a single entity. “The system,” singular, is really “The systems,” plural.

How do the pieces of the…


Manuel Rensink Strategy Director at Securrency

This article was first published on CoinTelegraph.

On 27 July 2020, Luxembourg — the world’s second-largest domicile for investment funds behind the US — submitted a draft law updating a law of 1 March 2019 that allowed for the registration and transfer of securities by custodians. With this draft law issuance itself can be based on DLT, thereby introducing truly dematerialized DLT or blockchain-based securities. …


Dan Doney CEO at Securrency

This article was first published on Nasdaq.

When American regulators from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) proposed a “Travel Rule” for tracking digital assets and identifying their senders and recipients in May 2019, many in the cryptocurrency and blockchain community responded with varying degrees of concern and skepticism. Reactions were similar when the global Financial Action Task Force (FATF) proposed similar rules in September 2019. Some argued that the technology wasn’t ready to accommodate these requests, while others stated that the Travel Rule, by proscribing anonymity, would somehow destroy the revolutionary promise of digital…

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