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Aaron Tilton, the Smart Fi Cofounder and CEO, has a wealth of diverse experience, having been a Utah state legislator as well as a successful entrepreneur in multiple industries. That background makes his views on a range of subjects informative, but it is his sense of humor and the interplay between him, his cohosts and guests that make Tilton Talks Crypto such a great listen.
Senator Cullimore has served in the Utah State Senate since the beginning of 2019 and sits on several influential committees, most notably that for business and labor, and is in the whip’s office for the Republican majority. He is an attorney by profession and has recently been involved in the amendment process for Utah’s Digital Assets bill that seeks to lay out a business-friendly regulatory environment for crypto in the state of Utah.
Dan is the Executive Director of the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity, known as Go Utah, and is involved in the effort to make Utah a crypto hub, with a regulatory framework that encourages the industry to base itself in the state. In his previous role as a State Senator, Hemmert introduced some of the early legislation with that in mind, a bill that exempted “blockchain technology” from regulations that apply to banks and other technologies.