Andrew Rossow

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.

Author’s posts

Opinion
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?
Andrew Rossow
2020-03-29T12:23:00+01:00
Opinion
By proposing the united regulatory framework for blockchain and crypto spaces, Europe would have a chance to surpass its main competitors: China and the U.S.
Unity in Europe — DGen's Conclusion to Fueling Blockchain Innovation
Andrew Rossow
2020-02-26T00:00:00+00:00
Opinion
Government agencies, sports franchises and mainstream exchanges are first real-world adopters of the popular “pure proof-of-stake” Algorand blockchain.
Does Algorand 2.0 Prove an Appealing Option for Developers?
Andrew Rossow
2020-01-31T11:18:00+00:00
Opinion
VideoCoin is gearing up to reinvent outdated PPV content consumption to battle Disney+ and Netflix, privacy still an issue to be resolved.
Revamping the Traditional PPV TV Subscription Model With Blockchain
Andrew Rossow
2019-11-27T16:14:00+00:00
Opinion
Here is why Libra is not ready to launch a cryptocurrency yet and why lawmakers find it hard to separate Facebook from the association.
Why Libra Isn’t Ready and Congress Not Buying Zuckerberg’s Testimony
Andrew Rossow
2019-11-01T14:40:00+00:00
Legal Brief
Courts are beginning to modernize the Howey Test for blockchain tech and cryptocurrencies.
Why ATB Coin’s Legal Encounter Sets Precedent in New York for Future Securities Violations
Andrew Rossow
2019-04-22T08:55:00+01:00

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