Chris speaks with Georgia Quinn, General Counsel of Coinlist about the importance of blockchain technology for digital privacy, the roadblocks the SEC has imposed on crypto projects, and the new SEC proposal (rule 195) that may transform the blockchain industry.


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Georgia Quinn is an American entrepreneur and lawyer. She is the general counsel of CoinList a platform that provides services to top token developers including compliant offering, distribution, and liquidity services.  She is also the co-founder of iDisclose, a legal technology company focused on the disclosure and legal document needs of small business and startup entrepreneurs. Ms. Quinn began her practice in capital markets at Weil, Gotshal and Manges and later moved to Seyfarth Shaw before founding iDisclose. Ms. Quinn received a Juris Doctor from Columbia Law School, and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from New York University.


Chris Sands leads content and communications for TechGC.  Prior to joining TechGC in 2018, Chris was an executive legal and compliance recruiter in Silicon Valley, specializing in high-growth FinTech firms.  Chris runs the Jobs by TechGC newsletter and job board which connects legal professionals with today’s top startups and venture funds.  He also spends around half the year working and living in various parts of the world.