This is interesting for several reasons.
It shows how a bitcoin advocate can educate politicians about the potential of bitcoin, and the damage that traditional models of centralised regulation would do to a decentralised technology that handles risk and security in math, rather than trusted vetted regulated centralised structures, which fail regularly.
The officials raise the “but terrorists” (mentioning ISIS) argument several times, and this provides us with more ideas of the concerns politicians will have about SAFE/Safecoin and how to respond to those questions, because I think Antonopoulos answers these concerns very well. You will see all these issues raised in the first 20 mins if you don’t have time to watch it all.
Andreas M. Antonopoulos educates Senate of Canada about Bitcoin: