Barry Silbert Navigated Fallout From 2022’s Crypto Scandals

Since its inception in 2015, DCG, which is based in Stamford, Connecticut, has evolved into a conglomerate with holdings across the blockchain sector (as of 2023, it has stakes in more than 160 companies, from mining to analytics). Silbert began investing in the industry in 2013 and, following the sale of SecondMarket, he formed DCG. The company’s early focus was on Genesis and Grayscale, which became its first subsidiaries.

Caroline Pham: Supportive Regulation at the CFTC

Her aim, she said, was to support the development of compliant digital asset markets, drawing from past experiences with pilot programs, while incorporating registration, eligibility requirements, financial resources, risk management, product terms and reporting requirements.