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Sasha Hodder, a former guest makes her return to The Tatiana Show on our latest episode. Sasha is an attorney with the DLT law group whose main focus is supporting crypto related businesses. She is a frequent guest on Tone Vays Bitcoin Law Review as well as the host of her own show HodlCast.

Tatiana and Josh get her thoughts on the recent regulations concerning Bitcoin such as the IRS rulings on digital currencies. Sasha discusses the ramifications of the new laws can have on cryptocurrency and the stifling effects on U.S. investors in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.

About the Guests:

Sasha currently works as an Attorney for DLT Law Group, P.A. where she focuses on the Financial Technology sector.  She began her career in the virtual currency arena in 2014 and helps her clients navigate the burgeoning regulations surrounding cryptocurrencies.  Sasha provides her clients with the basics such as company formation, operating agreements, corporate bylaws, and employment contracts. She also works on more complex areas such as drafting and preparing an effective compliance program and obtaining necessary money transmission registration and licensing. Sasha also is experienced in facilitating fundraising in compliance with the existing securities laws. She is a frequent guest on the Tone Vays Law Review Show, a guest writer for Bitcoin Magazine, a curator for the Merkle Report, and hosts her own Podcast, the HodlCast.

By starting her career as a Series 7-Licensed Trader for TD Ameritrade, Sasha gained a ground-level perspective of the equities markets and the intricacies of global economics.  She worked as Vice President of Sales for one of Canada’s leading mutual fund companies.

Sasha’s education includes a Juris Doctor (“JD”) from the Florida Coastal School of Law where she was a member of the Deans List, competed at five Moot Court Competitions, and earned the Book Award for Contracts II and Business Law.  She graduated from the Wilfrid Laurier School of Business and Economics with a Masters of Business Administration (“MBA”). She was an honors student, a member of the MBA Student Association, and the President & Co-Founder of the Net Impact Program. Sasha received her Bachelor of Commerce (“BCOMM”) from the University of Western Ontario, where she won the Ontario and Canadian University Rowing Championships and was named Kiwanis Athlete of the Year in 2005.  Sasha obtained her FINRA Series 7, and Series 66 licenses, as well as the Canadian Securities Course in 2006.

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Meet the hosts

Hey! My name is Tatiana Moroz. I am a passionate singer-songwriter heavily involved in the Libertarian and Bitcoin movement. I have created the first ever artist cryptocurrency Tatiana Coin and also founded an activist talent agency called Same Side Entertainment. I recently launched Crypto Media Hub which is an advertising network for the Bitcoin world and beyond. It's free for advertisers and we work with almost every major media outlet in the space including Bitcoin Magazine, YBitcoin, Bitcoinist, Brave New Coin, Let's Talk Bitcoin, Coin Telegraph and many more.

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  • It appears to me that one of the biggest drawbacks to the current model of cryptocurrencies is the lack of reversibility in transactions. Historically, third parties such as banks have enabled transactions to be reversed, such as refunds or guaranteeing purchases. I think that if cryptocurrencies want to avoid third parties as much as possible, they should adopt a method for reversing transactions for the purpose of dispute resolution. Thoughts?

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  • For the past few years, police departments have been on something of a power trip in the United States. Only citing the lesser-known instances that come to my mind, cops have assaulted autistic teenagers and murdered unarmed civilians, and were subsequently cleared of all charges and let back on the force. A zealous, dogmatic conservative “fanbase,” alongside a legal system that actively defends police from facing charges of murder, manslaughter, or assault, assures that these men and women never see justice for their actions. It’s awful what police are doing in society, but it’s even worse that they can get off scot-free for it. Of course, most of you already know this. So here’s my question: has any United States representative or senator proposed a bill designed to fight against unjust acquittals or introduce charges that are harder to to be overturned? As an agorist, I’m partially convinced that this has never happened and that anyone who gets elected for public office in this day and age is a vapid authoritarian, but a sliver of hope remains for me somewhere. Have any of you heard of such legislation on a federal level? If not, then what about on a state level?

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  • Its completely ok to have an opinion. It actually is pretty important. But teachers shouldn’t teach their opinion as the truth. I have to face this behavior everyday at my school in switzerland. As a proud libertarian, i was very shocked as my teacher showed the anticapitalist, enviromentalist movie called “tomorrow”. There were no discussions about the problematic points the movie made. It was taught as the truth. The only truth. The tides turned, as i got to speak to a journalist, who was interviewing me about a political event, i went to. I described my problem and the whole thing got published. Of course it was shortened and the most important points were cut out, because they were probably to “aggressive” . But then (after the article appeared in the newspaper) the leftist/socialist behavior of my teacher disappeared, meaning we stopped watching “tomorrow” and about all the future controversial subject, we held debates with the whole class.   The main point of my little essay is, that we don’t have to make non-neutral-teaching illegal, but expose them with newspapers and television. In switzerland, this works perfectly.

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  • This company is basically a full reserved bank that would be fully approved by Murray Rothbard himself. Their metals broker-dealer business is their cash cow today but they are creating a payment network that disintermediates banks and saves their customers money. They have a crypto broker-dealer and storage business as well but as prudent financial advisors the company’s management tries to educate the public about the virtues of gold ownership. The company acts like a fiduciary and seems much more trustworthy than market leaders like coinbase. Expanding into China with a customary 50/50 JV with a local company. Tough to predict the companies FCF going forward but it trades under 2x book value. Let me know what you guys think.

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  • As a part of ‘Operation Crypto-Sweep’, the Alabama Securities Commission (ASC) has issued five Cease and Desist Orders to protect Alabamians. The operation is led by NASAA focusing on blockchain startups and ICO projects suspecting violations and fraudulent activities on securities laws. NASAA (North American Securities Administrators Association, the voluntary organization in which ASC is also a member. It is coordinated with ‘Operation Crypto Sweep’. Recently, ASC has taken enforcement actions by issuing five Cease and Desistorders to protect Alabamians. Source of info coinpedia.org

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