Cryptocurrencies and The Digital Asset Economy: Outlook for 2021

Date: 
Wed, 24/03/2021 to Thu, 25/03/2021

The Gershon Fintech center at the Hebrew University in collaboration with Sygnum Bank AG is organizing the online conference: 
Cryptocurrencies and the Digital Asset economy: Outlook for 2021, on March 24-25.
Keynote speaker: Prof. Darrell Duffie, Stanford and Prof. Alex (Sandy) Pentland, MIT.
For more details please follow the Gershon Fintech Center website here.
Registration is FREE.

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Keynote Speakers

Darrell Duffee (Stanford): The Global Impact of China's Central Bank Digital Currency

Sandy (Alex) Pentland (MIT): New national blockchain system and their Implications for the global economy

 

Conference Speakers:

Yoni Assia (eToro): The Future of Crypto

Jeffrey Bandman (Bandman Advisors): Are We There Yet? Regulatory Consensus and Divergence.

David Gershon (Hebrew University): The challenges for blockchain and cryptocurrencies to become mainstream at financial institutions.

Li Haitao (Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business): The Role of Mining in Bitcoin Investment.

Meirav Harel (IQONIQ): Are NFTs the next generation of Tokens?

Peter Hofmann (Custodigit): Strategic options and barriers for banks to offer Digital Asset services.

Mathias Imbach (Sygnum): Outlook 2021 – Sygnum’s 9 predictions of what will shape the digital asset industry this year.

Amrit Kumar (Zilliqa): Decentralized Finance Shaping the Future of Traditional Finance.

Alexander Lipton (Hebrew University MIT and Sila): Reflections on DeFi.

Dr. Milly Perry (Ono Academic College): DAO - The Future Corporate

Fabian Schaer (University of Basel): Decentralized Finance (DeFi) — On Blockchain and Smart Contract-based Financial Markets.

Christian Schuepbach (Swisscom Digital Business): Green Coin – Using FinTech to achieve Switzerland's climate goals.

Angela Angelovska-Wilson (DLXLaw & Sila): Innovation in Regulation.

Dirk Andreas Zetzsche (The University of Luxembourg): The legal challenges of Decentralized Finance.

 

The conference Agenda:

 

24-Mar   Speaker Title
1 15:30 Darrell Duffee (Stanford) The Global Impact of China's Central Bank Digital Currency
2 16:00 David Gershon (Hebrew University) The challenges for blockchain and cryptocurrencies to become mainstream at financial institutions
3 16:30 Dr. Milly Perry (Ono Academic College) DAO - The Future Corporate
4 17:00 Yoni Assia (eToro) The Future of Crypto
5 17:30 Amrit Kumar (Zilliqa) Decentralized Finance Shaping the Future of Traditional Finance
6 18:00 Meirav Harel (IQONIQ) Are NFTs the next generation of Tokens?
7 18:30 Mathias Imbach (Sygnum) Outlook 2021 – Sygnum’s 9 predictions of what will shape the digital asset industry this year. 
8 19:00 Dirk Andreas ZETZSCHE (The University of Luxembourg) The legal challenges of Decentralized Finance

 

 

25-Mar   Speaker Title
1 15:30 Alexander Lipton (Hebrew University MIT and Sila) Reflections on DeFi
2 16:00 Jeffrey Bandman (Bandman Advisors) Are We There Yet?  Regulatory Consensus and Divergence
3 16:30 Sandy (Alex) Pentland (MIT) New national blockchain system and their Implications for the global economy
4 17:00 Li Haitao (Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business) The Role of Mining in Bitcoin Investment 
5 17:30 Christian Schuepbach (Swisscom Digital Business) Green Coin – Using FinTech to achieve Switzerland's climate goals
6 18:00 Angela Angelovska-Wilson (DLXLaw & Sila) Innovation in Regulation
7 18:30 Fabian Schär (University of Basel) Decentralized Finance (DeFi) — On Blockchain and Smart Contract-based Financial Markets
8 19:00 Peter Hofmann (Custodigit) Strategic options and barriers for banks to offer Digital Asset services 

 

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