Blythe Masters Says Regulators Don't Need To Bless Her New Bitcoin Start-UpMark Melin
Blythe Masters, the former head of global commodities at JPMorgan who was credited with creating the modern unregulated credit default swap in the 1990s, has found another lightly regulated arena in which to work: Bitcoin.
Masters will join Digital Asset Holdings LLC, a 2014 start-up with offices in New York, Chicago and Tel Aviv, as the . . .
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