Tanvi Ratna is the founder of think-and-do tank Policy 4.0, which works on digital currency and cryptocurrency issues. She has deep experience with blockchain regulation across the world’s leading blockchain hubs. She earlier worked on blockchain at EY and was a Fellow at the New America Foundation, Washington DC looking at cryptocurrency regulation.
She has worked for leading global decision-makers such as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the US Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill, and several ministries and state governments in India.
Her analyses have been featured in leading media houses such as Al Jazeera, CNBC, CoinDesk, The Diplomat, CoinTelegraph, Foreign Policy, Economic Times, Mint and others. She holds a Bachelors in engineering from Georgia Tech and a Masters in Public Policy from Georgetown University and the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.