This Forum is fully remote. 21 April, 2023 - Time 18:00 GMT
Morning: San Francisco, Chicago, Seattle Detroit, Vancouver
Afternoon: Boston, New York, South Carolina, Miami, Toronto, Caymans, Bermuda, Curaçao, Belize
Evening: UK, EU, UEA, West Africa
"Farmers' Hours": Australia and New Zealand.
Disappearing crypto assets, inflated asset values (e.g. NFTs) and even manipulated smart contracts: it's just what you'd expect.
But the technology that facilitates these crimes, that helps to take steps to reduce their incidence and to take action for recovery of losses is far from what most of us have any exposure to.
And then there's the out and fraud, theft and embezzlement. How do they do that, you might ask.
Let's see, shall we?
17:45 Platform opens for login
18:00 Welcome and introduction
18:30 Speaker 1 Is crypto a "market" and can it be regulated as such?
19:30 Sponsor's presentation (Sponsor 1) Crypto investigations
20:00 Speaker 2 KYC on crypto-businesses and traders
21:00 Sponsor's presentation (Sponsor 2) Crypto-asset recoveries
21:30 Speaker 3 Jinisha Bhatt : Protection against fraudulent crypto activity.
22:30 Wrap up and Thanks.
22:45 Platform closes.
Jinisha is a specialist in crypto compliance and blockchain investigations and a researcher into human trafficking. She specialises in investigating well-known and emerging typologies in crypto fraud schemes and scams.
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