VC investor on what's next for crypto and tech regulation in New York

Although Bradley Tusk was most often in the news this year for his consulting firm’s work on Andrew Yang’s Democratic primary campaign, it was also a big year for his venture firm. Tusk Ventures’ investments in cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase and smart-lock company Latch paid off as both firms went public. Launched in 2016, the venture fund has become the top focus of the man called “Silicon Valley’s favorite fixer.”

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