Phillip Gillespie - Guiding Institutions To Crypto

Phillip Gillespie - Guiding Institutions To Crypto

Phillip Gillespie - Guiding Institutions To Crypto


Japan was among the first the world to introduce crypto-linked regulations in 2017. The country has now passed a law that clarifies the legal status of stablecoins, but what exactly does it mean?

And what needs to be done to hasten institutional adoption of digital currencies?

And what can other countries learn from Japan’s experience of regulating digital assets?

Forkast’s editor in chief Angie Lau talks to Phillip Gillespie, CEO of B2C2 that is looking to bridge the gap between cryptocurrencies and traditional finance by providing crypto liquidity to institutions.


  • CEO

    Phillip Gillespie, CEO, B2C2

  • Founder & Editor-in-Chief

    Angie Lau, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Forkast News

    Angie LauForkast NewsAs an award-winning 20+ year veteran in broadcast journalism, Angie is most recognized for her role as Bloomberg Television’s Asia anchor of “First Up with Angie Lau” where she’s collected 10,000+ interviews in her career, including some of the top newsmakers and business leaders in the world.Angie is a respected thought leader in blockchain technology, leading conversations around the world, including at OECD's Global Blockchain Policy Forum, World Economic Forum, Global Blockchain Business Council / UN General Assembly, Forbes Summit, Binance Blockchain Week, Paris Blockchain Week Summit, Asia Blockchain Summit, and many others.

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