Diana advises on issues at the intersection of blockchain innovation, crypto fund investments, and regulation. She has identified best practices and developments from around the world and compiled recommendations for effective blockchain legislation, scalability measures, AML/CFT safeguards, and consumer and investor protections. She is also working on a model for decentralized financial market infrastructures and is fascinated by DeFi developments. Diana contributes to Global Digital Finance working groups to standardize best practices for stablecoins, trading platforms, and the Digital Dollar. After writing the R3 report Will Businesses Ever Use Stablecoins? she is avidly building solutions for stablecoin platforms and use cases. Diana has an MBA from Yale, where she runs a blockchain discussion forum focusing on substance over hype. Previously, she managed large cross-border transactions with the investment banking offices of the World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank in Washington DC.