'Off the Record' Is Back: Crypto Goes to Washington
Our newest session is this Monday, Sept. 27, 2pm EST with journalists from The New York Times, Politico, Coindesk and more.
The ACJR’s Off the Record sessions are back this Monday at 2pm EST — if you missed them last time, Off the Record is a peer-to-peer way for journalists to get up to speed on all things crypto.
In Monday’s session, we’re taking a look about how cryptocurrency regulation became a hot topic in Washington after a crypto-related proposal was added to the infrastructure bill — making crypto a part of the legislative conversation in a big way.
👋 A 10-minute talk by Nikilesh De, regulatory reporter at CoinDesk, author of its State of Crypto newsletter and ACJR's reporter of the year.
🎤 Half an hour for Q&A with Nik and other panelists including
• Ephrat Livni, DealBook reporter, The New York Times
• Kellie Mejdrich, reporter, Politico's Pro Financial Services
🤫 This whole session really is off the record, so it’s not recorded and we ask attendees to abide by Chatham House rules.
🗞️ This event is open to journalists and researchers only.
Our entire Off the Record series can be seen here — you can sign up for our upcoming NFT session on October 5, and our Kraken-sponsored staking session on October 13.
About the Association of Cryptocurrency Journalists and Researchers (ACJR)
The ACJR is a professional body that recognizes the best journalism and research on cryptocurrencies and blockchains.
Off the Record was put together by an ACJR working group comprising:
Joon Ian Wong, Renee McGivern, Molly Jane Zuckerman, Pete Rizzo, David Pan.
Interested in becoming a member of the ACJR? Apply for membership here, and of course, follow us on Twitter, join our Telegram group and check out our website.