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Sustainably Investing in Digital Assets Globally

Ozelli, Selva

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1. Auflage Oktober 2022
384 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-88562-7
John Wiley & Sons

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Discover how to dip your toe into the cryptocurrency investing pool without getting burned

In Sustainably Investing in Digital Assets Globally, international finance and fintech expert Selva Ozelli delivers an eye-opening and insightful discussion of cryptocurrency investment, as well as the risks and opportunities that await those who deal in this promising new technology. In the book, the author explores how cryptocurrencies have been used by illicit operators throughout the US and the world and how legitimate investors have sought to limit their exposure to illegal activity.

Readers will also find comprehensive treatments of US-based and global cryptocurrency regulations, as well as:
* Advice for investors concerned about the environmental sustainability of blockchain technology but who still wish to invest in cryptocurrencies
* Information about a variety of countries and governments who have explored and implemented various cryptocurrency initiatives inside their own borders
* Discussions surrounding the drive by many central banks to introduce a digital currency, in addition to the surging popularity of non-fungible tokens

A can't-miss handbook for the crypto-curious investor, Sustainably Investing in Digital Assets Globally deserves a place in the bookshelves of anyone with an interest in international finance, fintech, technology, or cryptocurrency.

Foreword

Preface

Acknowledgments

About the Author

Introduction

PART I - Digital Asset Utilization and Regulation in the United States

Chapter 1 - About Bitcoin

Chapter 2 - Ethereum

Chapter 3 - Initial Coin Offerings

Chapter 4 - New Financial Alternatives

Chapter 5 - Hedging Bitcoins with Options on the World Wide Web

Chapter 6 - Cryptocurrency Spreads

Chapter 7 - Altcoin, Stablecoin, Utility Coins, and CBDC

Chapter 8 - Cryptocurrency Tumblers and Mixing Services

Chapter 9 - The Darknet

Chapter 10 - Illicit Use of Cryptocurrencies

Chapter 11 - Cybercrime Task Force

Chapter 12 - Money Laundering

Chapter 13 - Theft Hacking and Ransom Payments

Chapter 14 - Cryptocurrency Bribes

Chapter 15 - Corruption

Chapter 16 - US Tax Evasion

Chapter 17 - Intellectual Property Espionage and Cryptocurrency

Chapter 18 - The US Government Implements Blockchain Programs to Improve Transparency and Inefficiency

Chapter 19 - Supply Chain Management with Blockchain Amid the Covid Pandemic

Chapter 20 - Are NFTs Here to Stay?

Chapter 21 - Regulation of Digital Assets

PART II - Digital Asset Utilization and Regulation Around the World

Chapter 22 - Portugal

Chapter 23 - Netherlands

Chapter 24 - South Africa

Chapter 25 - Switzerland

Chapter 26 - Israel

Chapter 27 - South Korea

Chapter 28 - Brazil

Chapter 29 - Canada

Chapter 30 - Malta

Chapter 31 - Germany

Chapter 32 - The United Arab Emirates

Chapter 33 - Turkey

Chapter 34 - Singapore

Chapter 35 - Puerto Rico

Part III - Solarized Around the World

Chapter 36 - Is US Environmental Tax Policy Hindering Solar Power to Fuel Digital Technologies?

Chapter 37 -Japan to Solarize Its Burgeoning Digital Economy

Chapter 38 - Green Policy and Crypto Energy Consumption in the EU

Chapter 39 -Chinese Blockchain-Based Mobile Payment Revolution

Chapter 40 -India Is Fostering a Solarized Digital Future

Chapter 41 -Russia Leads Multinational Stablecoin Initiative

Chapter 42 - Africa's Solarized Digitalization Agenda in the Time of Coronavirus

Chapter 43 - The Need to Report Carbon Emissions Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

Chapter 44 - The Pandemic Year Ends with a Tokenized Carbon Cap-and-Trade Solution

Chapter 45 - The UN's COP26 Climate Change Goals Include Emerging Tech and Carbon Taxes


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SELVA OZELLI, ESQ., CPA, is an executive with extensive experience dealing with complex issues in the fields of international taxation, banking, securities, fintech, alternative and traditional investment, and aerospace. Her writing is frequently quoted in Thomson Reuters, The New York Times, Financial Times, and other high-profile publications.