#22 Drew Hinkes, Attorney, NYU Professor, Tech Futurist in “Central Bank Digital Currency Policy and Individual Rights”


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Drew Hinkes joins Jonathan & Michael for a powerful chat about the socio-political implications of central bank digital currency policy and fundamental individual rights.

ABOUT DREW HINKES

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Nominated as one of Coindesk’s Most Influential People in Blockchain in 2017, Andrew “Drew” Hinkes is an attorney with Carlton Fields, working as part of its National Blockchain and Digital Currency practice.

Drew is also the co-founder and General Counsel of Athena Blockchain, a professional services firm focused on tokenized investment products.

Drew was appointed as an Adjunct Professor by the NYU Stern Business School and the NYU School of Law, where he co-teaches “Digital Currency, Blockchains, and the Future of the Financial Services Industry.”

Mr. Hinkes is frequently quoted and cited in articles related digital assets and blockchain technology, and regularly speaks at legal, industry, and academic conferences. Previously, Drew was a Partner at Berger Singerman LLP. He holds an A.B. in History from Washington University in St. Louis and a J.D. from the University of Miami.

Follow Drew on Twitter: @propelforward

Drew’s Personal Website: https://www.andrewhinkes.com/

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