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Ali Hassan

4:40 min   |   Produced by Jane King and Denise de Murcie

Crescent Crypto Asset Management, whose entire founding team left Goldman Sachs to launch private index funds in cryptocurrencies, has created a proposed EFT that is now under review by the SEC. The EFT, sponsored by United States Commodity Funds LLC (USCF) and filed in May 2019, involves both Bitcoin (BTC) and Ether (ETC). We sat down for this chat with Ali Hassan, Crescent Crypto co-founder and CEO, at Consensus 2019 in NYC.