Andrew Rossow is a millennial attorney, law professor, entrepreneur, writer, and speaker on privacy, cybersecurity, A.I., AR/VR, blockchain, and digital monies. He has written for many outlets, and contributed to cybersecurity and technology publications. Utilizing his millennial background to its fullest potential, Rossow provides a well-rounded perspective on social media crime, technology and privacy implications.
The crypto industry has the best historical moment to change the discourse about cryptocurrency and its reputation into a successful innovative tech sector.
After the US Senate Pros and Cons on Digital Money — What Do We Do With It?
A DeFi lending platform for cryptocurrency, Kava Labs, could be described as the “Uber of Bitcoin,” as the platform represents an Uber-like business model.
Proposing an ‘Uber-Like’ Growth Model for Blockchain Incentives
The crypto industry has the best historical moment to change the discourse about crypto and its reputation into a successful innovative tech sector.
For the Blockchain Industry, the COVID-19 Clock Is Ticking
The DeFi sector will continue to grow in the future despite the difficulties that the industry has faced since the beginning of 2020, but be careful by choosing...
The DeFi Hack: What Decentralized Finance Should and Shouldn’t Be
The coronavirus pandemic is changing the global narrative about the crypto space, India is not the exception: What to expect in crypto law updates from India?
India’s Lift of Cryptocurrency Trading in the Context of COVID-19
Crypto industry has the best historical moment to change its reputation into a successful innovative tech sector within the finance industry.
The Pandemic Couldn’t Have Provided a Better Environment for Crypto
Privacy, efficiency and scalability: The improvements that can secure multiparty computation bring to the crypto industry.
What Will Be the Early Privacy Impact of Secure Multiparty Computation?