#FinancialLiteracyMonth Tech Intersect Podcast Spotlight Playlist

With over 100+ weekly episodes and counting, I’ve shared conversations with some of the foremost thought leaders and builders in the crypto and blockchain world. On this final day of financial literacy month, I’d like to share this curated list of the most popular and impactful Tech Intersect episodes for your listening and sharing pleasure.

Tech Intersect #112: Ping the Prof-Black Crypto Investor Data-FUD or Economic Justice?


Tech Intersect #3: Andreas Antonopoulos-Bitcoin for the other 6 Billion and Amplifying Inclusion in Blockchain


Tech Intersect #111: SPOTLIGHT Ep. 87 – Lamar Wilson-Black Bitcoin Billionaires & the Great Wealth Transfer


Tech Intersect #105: Jamiel Sheikh-The Role of Education in the Adoption, Regulation and Security in Crypto


Tech Intersect #97: Iris Nevins-Black NFT Art, Empowerment & the Future of Creativity


Tech Intersect #94: SPOTLIGHT Akin Sawyerr #44-Are Blockchains & Defi Lending the New Esusu Wealth-Building Model? Lessons from Nigeria


Tech Intersect #89: Justin Rhedrick-From Bars to Bitcoin


Tech Intersect #84: Ping The Prof #5-Decoding DeFi and the Future of Wealth


Tech Intersect #80: Robert Greenfield IV: The Emerging Impact of Crypto and Open Banking in a Decentralized World


Tech Intersect #72: Carmelle Cadet and EMTECH-Bridging the Financial Inclusion Divide between CeFI and DeFI


Tech Intersect #63:ONE/OFF-NFTs & Liberating Black Arts + Culture on the Blockchain


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can the law keep up with crypto?


Last week I explored this question with Verge podcaster Nilay Patel on his popular show DeCoder. Nilay explained:

A lot of Web3 ideas seem to run directly into the existing legal system in complicated and sometimes very funny ways. The NFT world seems to have an impressionistic understanding of copyright law. DAOs, well, they aren’t actually recognized as legal entities in most states. So in a very technical sense, they can’t actually do anything in the real world. But all these things still exist, and at some point, the law will have to catch up.

So, today, I’m talking to Tonya Evans, a law professor at Penn State Dickinson Law. She teaches IP law, copyright, and blockchain. She also hosts the Tech Intersect podcast, where she covers how law and technology intersect. She has spent a lot of time thinking about crypto assets and how they interact with the law. Tonya’s point of view is that we shouldn’t just abandon many of the legal frameworks we have today — she just wants them to adapt to this new internet.

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