Join us as we discuss the recent spike in BTC price following the recent Federal Reserve Board meeting.

In this week’s episode of Market Talks, Cointelegraph welcomes Budd White, chief product officer and co-founder of Tacen, an American software company that develops software to ensure compliance in the well-regulated crypto space.

To start off well, we get to know White a little better, we find out what his background was and what drew him to this space. We also learn what he’s most looking forward to in the cryptocurrency market this year and how 2023 will differ from 2022.

Everyone is wondering what will be the catalyst to bring institutional investors back into crypto markets, and how can they avoid the same risks that previously paralyzed them? Are regulations the answer?

Several cryptocurrency exchanges have recently come under regulatory fire. It could only be a matter of time before Binance faces a confrontation with high-level law enforcement agencies. With that in mind, we ask White what trends he sees for centralized exchanges in the near future.

We delve into the topic of regulation and the role it should play in cryptocurrencies, particularly centralized exchanges and decentralized finance (DeFi).

Do you have an idea for a non-fungible token design but no experience in programming, smart contracts or anything related to cryptocurrencies? Don’t worry, we’re asking White how best to securely manage your collection on OpenSea. There might also be a pro tip for you, so be sure to pay attention.

Stick with us till the end for all this information and more. Cointelegraph will also be taking your questions and comments throughout the program, so make sure you have them ready.

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Source: CoinTelegraph