DeFi Education Fund – Policy education and advocacy to help DeFi

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Miller Whitehouse-Levine, Policy Director at DeFi Education Fund (DEF) – a non-profit organisation that explains decentralized finance to policymakers around the world and advocates for policies welcoming of decentralized financial infrastructure – joined us for an interview to walk through the basics of DEF and the important role that Policy work plays within crypto.

00:00 Introduction
00:51 What is the DeFi Education Fund (DEF)?
03:10 What problems is DEF aiming to solve?
06:09 What do DEF’s lobbying efforts include in practice?
07:10 Legal firepower
09:30 Who is working at DEF?
10:27 Who else is working on similar things?
11:26 How can other industry participants help DEF?
12:40 Upcoming milestones & what’s next for DEF

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