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On the Finger geschaut: Jeff Horowitz is the new CCO at Coinbase

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Jeff Horowitz is the new Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) in the case of Coinbase. So he is in the future, especially for regulatory matters. The stock market, Bitcoin, Ether & co. can be traded, in order, apparently, for a future in which agencies like the SEC, the regulatory corset for trading crypto-currencies close cords.

During the Bitcoin exchange rate continues to dive, get the American crypto-exchange, Coinbase gain to Boot. Jeff Horowitz is the Chief Compliance Officer (CCO). Thus, he is concerned primarily with contractual and legal questions about the trading platform for crypto-currencies.

Jeff Horowitz has experience in his field. As the Chief Compliance Officer (CCO), he gained already at the Bank-of-New-York, a subsidiary of Mellon Pershing in the United States for more than six years of professional experience. Thus, it seems to be for the questions to regulatory Monitoring. According to Coinbase announced on their Blog:

“While Coinbase grows at the same currencies as the entire Ecosystem around Crypto, will be in compliance with the regulations in all the countries of the world is crucial. Jeff can build on the basics by Mike Lempres, our Chief Legal and Risk Officer, will now focus exclusively on the management of our government relations.“

Apart from Bitcoin, Bitcoin, Cash, Ether and Litecoin and other Altcoins planned

Currently you can trade on the stock market, crypto currencies, Bitcoin, Bitcoin, Cash, Ethereum and Litecoin. In order to grow the business, announced to the stock exchange that it intends to expand the listing to Cardano (ADA), Basic Attention Token (BAT), Stellar (lumen), ZCash and 0x. Then the Altcoins have responded to the rising promptly with a price.

Coinbase has been on 1. June 2012 founded. Subsequently, the stock exchange in a round of funding collected in the year 2013, a venture capital of $ 25 million from Andreessen Horowitz, not to be confused with the new Coinbase-CCO. Coinbase was the first trading platform in the United States, which had received state approval from the authorities.

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