• Cooley LLP Marco Santori Fintech Bitcoin and Blockchain Attorney

    Marco Santori, partner attorney at Cooley LLP, discusses legal questions faced by Fintech companies (including bitcoin, cryptocurrency and other blockchain-based companies). Marco Santori leads the FinTech team at Cooley LLP, an international law firm. Marco talks about the regulatory side of these new technologies, government regulations and how these regulations in US are different than other countries. He talks about the friendly and unfriendly regulations of various countries towards cryptocurrency and how the cryptocurrencies will affect their respective economies. Marco also discusses app coins vs. cryptocurrencies, AML, KYC, issues related to ICOs (initial coin offerings) and more. This interview is a MUST LISTEN for any founder or company working in the fintech, bitcoin, blockc...

    published: 11 Jul 2017
  • Tech Trends 2017: Blockchain: Trust economy

    Bill Briggs, managing director, US and Global Chief Technology Officer, Deloitte Consulting LLP, discusses blockchain as a driver of the “trust economy.” Explore this trend: http://deloi.tt/2l5ujF5

    published: 08 Feb 2017
  • Blockchain Technology: Facts You’ll Need to Know

    Blockchain, the technology behind digital currencies like Bitcoin, is considered by many to be the premier “game changing” tech development of the coming decade. In this report, attorney and technologist Peter Vogel, of the Dallas based law firm Gardere Wynne Sewell, explores the world of Blockchain technology and explains its benefits and challenges. Video | WatchIT / www.watchit.com WatchIT offers your organization the best in online information technology education.

    published: 13 Sep 2017
  • Introduction to blockchain

    published: 08 Dec 2017
  • Blockchain for Smart Contracts

    Bitcoin has pushed blockchain technology into the limelight in recent years. Now, many companies are investing in blockchain technology and finding more creative applications. Join us for a complimentary webinar explaining the technology’s basics, problems it solves and types of smart contracts it enables. Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to: * Explain blockchain technology basics * Describe the problems blockchain technology solves * Recognize the smart contract types on the horizon

    published: 27 Apr 2017
  • Blockchain: How it works

    Blockchain 101: An introductory guide to blockchain

    published: 21 Apr 2017
  • Women in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

    Nexus Embassy Conference 2017 at the Aspen Meadows, home of the Aspen Institute. Women: Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Stacy Herbert (Keiser Report), Tatiana Moroz (Artist and Entrepreneur, Tatiana Coin, Tokenly, Crypto Media Hub), Susan Poole (Founder, BlockBridge Advisory), Elizabeth McCauley (Business Development, bridge21), Adella Toulon-Foerster (Crypto Law Ninja, Cogent Law Group, LLP), Eleesa Dadiani (Gallery Director and Founder, Dadiani Syndicate), Arry Yu (StormX, Inc.; Cornell University), Toni Lane Casserly (Virtual Blockchain Nations)

    published: 05 Nov 2017
  • Blockchain explained

    Have you been hearing the word blockchain everywhere but don’t really know what it is or how it works? Check out Deloitte’s two minute explanation on how blockchain technology works and why everyone is talking about it.

    published: 09 Jan 2017
  • Deloitte Conversations: Blockchain

    Where are leading-edge technologies being applied first? How are they shaping careers at Deloitte? In this series, Deloitte professionals, led by Bill Briggs, Deloitte Consulting LLP Chief Technology Officer, gather at Deloitte University to discuss mixed reality, blockchain and machine intelligence, and how they matter to our clients and our people.

    published: 18 Sep 2017
  • CKR Law Blockchain Event: Blockchain in China

    CKR Law panelists discussed the recent ban/suspension of token offerings by China’s Central Bank and government as well as Blockchain’s future in China as the government attempts to roll out Regulatory Technology ("RegTech") and the Sandbox Plan in pilot cities. Panelists, included Jeffrey A. Rinde, Managing Partner of CKR Law LLP, Isa Yu, Co-founder and CMO at Moeda (cooperative banking system powered by blockchain), Yi (Elaine) Li, founding partner of Zonvon Ventures and co-organizer of Chinese Blockchain Investors (中国区块链投资者) meetup, and Michael Maloney, a Litigation Partner at CKR Law LLP and member of our Blockchain Technology Taskforce, gave their insights on China’s regulation, investment environment, and future of RegTech. The event was moderated by Alexandra Levin Kramer, CKR Law...

    published: 06 Dec 2017
  • Deloitte Unveils EMEA Grid Blockchain Lab

    Take a look inside our new EMEA Grid Blockchain Lab. Here at Deloitte Ireland, we have collaborated with other member firms to make Blockchain solutions readily available and easily customisable for our clients. Find out more at: http://deloi.tt/2klrKhG

    published: 07 Feb 2017
  • Blockchain in health care data management

    Health care data management is critical to the claims process, which has struggled to maintain accurate and consistent information. Listen to Andrew Beal, Senior Manager, Ernst & Young LLP, explain how companies can leverage blockchain technology to better manage data and identity management tasks.

    published: 18 Jul 2017
  • Blockchain, Crypto & the Law - Adella Toulon Foerster

    Nexus Embassy Conference 2017 at the Aspen Meadows, home of the Aspen Institute. Blockchain, Crypto & the Law - Adella Toulon Foerster and Jason Seibert with Cogent Law Group, LLP discuss Blockchain, Crypto and the Law. Like crypto-currencies themselves, Adella Toulon-Foerster lives in the intersection of technology, finance, law, and entrepreneurship. Adella co-founded a consultancy in 2001 which built online gold-based payment systems, providing her with uniquely long-term experience and perspective on alternative financial systems. She has guest lectured at the University of South Carolina, given testimony for a United Nations committee, and presented at conferences around the world. She is the co-founder of the Caribbean Blockchain Association, Senior Research Fellow at the Financial ...

    published: 03 Nov 2017
  • What is Block Chain

    How does a Block Chain Technology work! A simple video to understand the same!

    published: 23 May 2017
  • World Blockchain Forum - Esteban Van Goor - Tax Lawyer at Baker McKenzie

    published: 16 Mar 2017
  • Blockchain Technology and Digital Tokens

    On February 5, the Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy hosted Regulating Cryptocurrencies: The Future of Bitcoin, Ether, and Other Tokens. The discussion brought together Columbia's own fintech expert R.A. Farrokhnia; Commissioner Brian Quintenz of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC); as well as Gary DeWaal and Lee Schneider, leading legal experts on blockchain at ‎Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP and McDermott Will & Emery, respectively. In this video, 1 of 3, R.A. Farrokhnia discusses the fundamental premises of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. For more content from the Richman Center, visit https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/richman/

    published: 27 Mar 2018
  • How Blockchain is Becoming an Open Source Success Story for J.P. Morgan, Amber Baldet at OSSF2017

    Amber Baldet, Executive Director, Blockchain Program Lead, J.P. Morgan presents at the Open Source Strategy Forum on November 8, 2017. Tasked with setting a comprehensive blockchain strategy for the Corporate and Investment Bank, developing cutting edge technology, curating Strategic Investments, and performing client outreach. She chairs the Financial Industry Working Group within the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance and leads Product Development for the open source Quorum platform. Appearing on 2017’s Fortune’s 40 Under 40 list of the most influential young people in business, she “handily bridges the divide between the Wall Street and crypto sets.” Before joining J.P. Morgan in 2010, Amber worked across Strategy, Product, and Application Development for Capco, Citigroup Alternative Invest...

    published: 12 Dec 2017
  • Inspire – Blockchain

    Blockchain, the technology that will have the greatest impact on the next few decades, has arrived. The internet of value is here – are you ready?

    published: 09 Jan 2017
  • Regulating Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Identity

    As governments and companies move from research and development to deployment of distributed ledgers and blockchains for identity, they will need to consider the legal and regulatory implications of, and risks presented by, these transformative technologies. In this session we’ll consider different approaches to regulation, and ask the fundamental question of whether self-sovereign identity and regulation can co-exist Filmed at the 2017 K(NO)W Identity Conference - Washington, D.C. http://www.knowidentityconference.com Panelists: Juan Llanos - Senior Advisor, One World Identity Steve Ehrlich - Lead Analyst for Emerging Technologies, Spitzberg Partners Alan Cohen - Of Counsel, Steptoe & Johnson LLP Jamie Smith - Global Chief Communications and Marketing Officer, Bitfury Group Andrea Tinia...

    published: 18 Jul 2017
  • Blockchain Legal Risks by Eric Levy

    Gardere attorneys Edward H. Block, Eric Levy and Peter S. Vogel presented the webinar titled “Blockchain Legal Risks.” Many people are familiar with the online currency "bitcoin," but many do not understand that blockchain is the technology that permits the internet to have its own monetary system. In January 2017, the Food and Drug Administration signed a contract with IBM to utilize Watson (its artificial intelligence technology) to better protect electronic medical records using blockchain technologies. Since data may be stored on the cloud anywhere around the world, it is essential to understand the laws that apply to your own use of blockchain. This webinar will educate you on blockchain and offer some insights into what the future may bring to currency, contracts and cross-border tra...

    published: 28 Apr 2017
  • Blockchain Technology Applications for the Insurance Industry

    Blockchain is a decentralized database that keeps records of digital transactions. How might the insurance industry utilize it?

    published: 04 Apr 2018
  • CKR Law Blockchain Event: Blockchain in the State of Delaware

    CKR Law LLP hosted its monthly Blockchain Breakfast at Rise NY on January 24, 2018. This event focused on the State of Delaware’s recently implemented laws surrounding blockchain and blockchain technology, with featured speakers: Andrea Tinianow, Director of Global Delaware and the Delaware Blockchain Initiative; Caitlin Long, Former Chairman of the Board and President of Symbiont.io, Greg Strong, Investment Protection Director at the Delaware Department of Justice; and Parth Munshi, Delaware Corporate and Securities Partner at CKR Law LLP. The event was moderated by Alexandra Levin Kramer, CKR Law’s Founding Chair of the Blockchain Technology & Digital Currency Practice Group. For further information about upcoming events or CKR Law’s Blockchain Technology & Digital Currency Practice, ...

    published: 05 Feb 2018
  • Panel #2: Legalities

    Moderator: Laura Shin - Senior Editor, Forbes Laura is a Forbes senior editor managing our crypto and blockchain technology coverage (Bitcoin, Ethereum, ICOs, token sales, etc.), co-lead reporter of the Forbes Fintech 50 list, and host of the podcast "Unchained: Big Ideas From The Worlds Of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain". Reuben Bramanathan - Product Counsel, Coinbase Reuben Bramanathan is Product Counsel at Coinbase. Reuben has been advising clients on the legal and regulatory aspects of blockchain technology since 2014. Matt Corva - Legal Counsel Lead, ConsenSys Possessing both a law and business background, Matt is responsible for overseeing legal while empowering ConsenSys to build and deliver more products to the ecosystem. Joshua Klayman - Chairwoman, Wall Street Blockchain Allian...

    published: 15 Dec 2017
  • Webinar Playback: Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies — From a Legal Perspective

    Recorded March 22, 2018 Despite the frenzy regarding Blockchain technology, Bitcoin, other Coins and Tokens, attorneys must apply traditional legal theories and disciplines when advising clients. Complicating the problem is the rapidly developing (and changing) policy positions by federal and state regulators—many of whom are fearful of investor fraud and wild valuation swings. In addition, the nomenclature employed in the market does not align with well understood legal principles. Dorsey’s panel discussed this emerging area from the perspective of the legal practitioner, including FinTech representation, SEC and CFTC concerns, investor protection and “ICOs,” tax, Bitcoin exchanges and related recent developments. Presenters: Thomas Gorman, Kim Severson, Adrian Rich, & Joseph Lynyak (...

    published: 23 Mar 2018
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Cooley LLP   Marco Santori  Fintech  Bitcoin and Blockchain Attorney
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Cooley LLP Marco Santori Fintech Bitcoin and Blockchain Attorney

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Marco Santori, partner attorney at Cooley LLP, discusses legal questions faced by Fintech companies (including bitcoin, cryptocurrency and other blockchain-based companies). Marco Santori leads the FinTech team at Cooley LLP, an international law firm. Marco talks about the regulatory side of these new technologies, government regulations and how these regulations in US are different than other countries. He talks about the friendly and unfriendly regulations of various countries towards cryptocurrency and how the cryptocurrencies will affect their respective economies. Marco also discusses app coins vs. cryptocurrencies, AML, KYC, issues related to ICOs (initial coin offerings) and more. This interview is a MUST LISTEN for any founder or company working in the fintech, bitcoin, blockchain, cryptocurrency or app coin space. Listen, subscribe, and review Future Tech Podcast. Contribute Bitcoin to fuel our interviews and keep us going!
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Tech Trends 2017: Blockchain: Trust economy
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Tech Trends 2017: Blockchain: Trust economy

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Bill Briggs, managing director, US and Global Chief Technology Officer, Deloitte Consulting LLP, discusses blockchain as a driver of the “trust economy.” Explore this trend: http://deloi.tt/2l5ujF5
https://wn.com/Tech_Trends_2017_Blockchain_Trust_Economy
Blockchain Technology: Facts You’ll Need to Know
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Blockchain Technology: Facts You’ll Need to Know

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Blockchain, the technology behind digital currencies like Bitcoin, is considered by many to be the premier “game changing” tech development of the coming decade. In this report, attorney and technologist Peter Vogel, of the Dallas based law firm Gardere Wynne Sewell, explores the world of Blockchain technology and explains its benefits and challenges. Video | WatchIT / www.watchit.com WatchIT offers your organization the best in online information technology education.
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Introduction to blockchain
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Introduction to blockchain

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Blockchain for Smart Contracts
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Blockchain for Smart Contracts

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Bitcoin has pushed blockchain technology into the limelight in recent years. Now, many companies are investing in blockchain technology and finding more creative applications. Join us for a complimentary webinar explaining the technology’s basics, problems it solves and types of smart contracts it enables. Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to: * Explain blockchain technology basics * Describe the problems blockchain technology solves * Recognize the smart contract types on the horizon
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Blockchain: How it works
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Blockchain: How it works

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Blockchain 101: An introductory guide to blockchain
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Women in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
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Women in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

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Nexus Embassy Conference 2017 at the Aspen Meadows, home of the Aspen Institute. Women: Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Stacy Herbert (Keiser Report), Tatiana Moroz (Artist and Entrepreneur, Tatiana Coin, Tokenly, Crypto Media Hub), Susan Poole (Founder, BlockBridge Advisory), Elizabeth McCauley (Business Development, bridge21), Adella Toulon-Foerster (Crypto Law Ninja, Cogent Law Group, LLP), Eleesa Dadiani (Gallery Director and Founder, Dadiani Syndicate), Arry Yu (StormX, Inc.; Cornell University), Toni Lane Casserly (Virtual Blockchain Nations)
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Blockchain explained
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Blockchain explained

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Have you been hearing the word blockchain everywhere but don’t really know what it is or how it works? Check out Deloitte’s two minute explanation on how blockchain technology works and why everyone is talking about it.
https://wn.com/Blockchain_Explained
Deloitte Conversations: Blockchain
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Deloitte Conversations: Blockchain

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Where are leading-edge technologies being applied first? How are they shaping careers at Deloitte? In this series, Deloitte professionals, led by Bill Briggs, Deloitte Consulting LLP Chief Technology Officer, gather at Deloitte University to discuss mixed reality, blockchain and machine intelligence, and how they matter to our clients and our people.
https://wn.com/Deloitte_Conversations_Blockchain
CKR Law Blockchain Event: Blockchain in China
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CKR Law Blockchain Event: Blockchain in China

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CKR Law panelists discussed the recent ban/suspension of token offerings by China’s Central Bank and government as well as Blockchain’s future in China as the government attempts to roll out Regulatory Technology ("RegTech") and the Sandbox Plan in pilot cities. Panelists, included Jeffrey A. Rinde, Managing Partner of CKR Law LLP, Isa Yu, Co-founder and CMO at Moeda (cooperative banking system powered by blockchain), Yi (Elaine) Li, founding partner of Zonvon Ventures and co-organizer of Chinese Blockchain Investors (中国区块链投资者) meetup, and Michael Maloney, a Litigation Partner at CKR Law LLP and member of our Blockchain Technology Taskforce, gave their insights on China’s regulation, investment environment, and future of RegTech. The event was moderated by Alexandra Levin Kramer, CKR Law's Founding Chair of the Blockchain Technology & Digital Currency practice group.
https://wn.com/Ckr_Law_Blockchain_Event_Blockchain_In_China
Deloitte Unveils EMEA Grid Blockchain Lab
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Deloitte Unveils EMEA Grid Blockchain Lab

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Take a look inside our new EMEA Grid Blockchain Lab. Here at Deloitte Ireland, we have collaborated with other member firms to make Blockchain solutions readily available and easily customisable for our clients. Find out more at: http://deloi.tt/2klrKhG
https://wn.com/Deloitte_Unveils_Emea_Grid_Blockchain_Lab
Blockchain in health care data management
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Blockchain in health care data management

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Health care data management is critical to the claims process, which has struggled to maintain accurate and consistent information. Listen to Andrew Beal, Senior Manager, Ernst & Young LLP, explain how companies can leverage blockchain technology to better manage data and identity management tasks.
https://wn.com/Blockchain_In_Health_Care_Data_Management
Blockchain, Crypto & the Law - Adella Toulon Foerster
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Blockchain, Crypto & the Law - Adella Toulon Foerster

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Nexus Embassy Conference 2017 at the Aspen Meadows, home of the Aspen Institute. Blockchain, Crypto & the Law - Adella Toulon Foerster and Jason Seibert with Cogent Law Group, LLP discuss Blockchain, Crypto and the Law. Like crypto-currencies themselves, Adella Toulon-Foerster lives in the intersection of technology, finance, law, and entrepreneurship. Adella co-founded a consultancy in 2001 which built online gold-based payment systems, providing her with uniquely long-term experience and perspective on alternative financial systems. She has guest lectured at the University of South Carolina, given testimony for a United Nations committee, and presented at conferences around the world. She is the co-founder of the Caribbean Blockchain Association, Senior Research Fellow at the Financial Technology Institute at New World University, and she serves as an editor of Ledger, the premier University of Pittsburgh peer-reviewed scholarly journal covering the crypto-currency space. She has worked, invested and advised start-ups in the crypto space for almost a decade. Adella holds two degrees in law, for which she wrote dissertations on international financial centers and on the impact of Bitcoin on traditional banking systems. Her present focus is on financial regulations, compliance programs, money transmitter laws, ICOs, Crypto hedge funds, FinCen requirements and guidance, and helping startups in the crypto-currency space successfully navigate those ever-changing regulations so they can reach their goals. Adella is the Director of the FinTECH law practice at the Cogent Law Group, LLP in Washington, DC and is working on the launch of the first ever crypto-currency Incubator on the east coast.
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What is Block Chain
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What is Block Chain

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How does a Block Chain Technology work! A simple video to understand the same!
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World Blockchain Forum - Esteban Van Goor - Tax Lawyer at Baker McKenzie
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World Blockchain Forum - Esteban Van Goor - Tax Lawyer at Baker McKenzie

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Blockchain Technology and Digital Tokens
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Blockchain Technology and Digital Tokens

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On February 5, the Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy hosted Regulating Cryptocurrencies: The Future of Bitcoin, Ether, and Other Tokens. The discussion brought together Columbia's own fintech expert R.A. Farrokhnia; Commissioner Brian Quintenz of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC); as well as Gary DeWaal and Lee Schneider, leading legal experts on blockchain at ‎Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP and McDermott Will & Emery, respectively. In this video, 1 of 3, R.A. Farrokhnia discusses the fundamental premises of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. For more content from the Richman Center, visit https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/richman/
https://wn.com/Blockchain_Technology_And_Digital_Tokens
How Blockchain is Becoming an Open Source Success Story for J.P. Morgan, Amber Baldet at OSSF2017
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How Blockchain is Becoming an Open Source Success Story for J.P. Morgan, Amber Baldet at OSSF2017

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Amber Baldet, Executive Director, Blockchain Program Lead, J.P. Morgan presents at the Open Source Strategy Forum on November 8, 2017. Tasked with setting a comprehensive blockchain strategy for the Corporate and Investment Bank, developing cutting edge technology, curating Strategic Investments, and performing client outreach. She chairs the Financial Industry Working Group within the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance and leads Product Development for the open source Quorum platform. Appearing on 2017’s Fortune’s 40 Under 40 list of the most influential young people in business, she “handily bridges the divide between the Wall Street and crypto sets.” Before joining J.P. Morgan in 2010, Amber worked across Strategy, Product, and Application Development for Capco, Citigroup Alternative Investments / Old Lane LLP, and Avalon Research.
https://wn.com/How_Blockchain_Is_Becoming_An_Open_Source_Success_Story_For_J.P._Morgan,_Amber_Baldet_At_Ossf2017
Inspire – Blockchain
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Inspire – Blockchain

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Blockchain, the technology that will have the greatest impact on the next few decades, has arrived. The internet of value is here – are you ready?
https://wn.com/Inspire_–_Blockchain
Regulating Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Identity
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Regulating Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Identity

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As governments and companies move from research and development to deployment of distributed ledgers and blockchains for identity, they will need to consider the legal and regulatory implications of, and risks presented by, these transformative technologies. In this session we’ll consider different approaches to regulation, and ask the fundamental question of whether self-sovereign identity and regulation can co-exist Filmed at the 2017 K(NO)W Identity Conference - Washington, D.C. http://www.knowidentityconference.com Panelists: Juan Llanos - Senior Advisor, One World Identity Steve Ehrlich - Lead Analyst for Emerging Technologies, Spitzberg Partners Alan Cohen - Of Counsel, Steptoe & Johnson LLP Jamie Smith - Global Chief Communications and Marketing Officer, Bitfury Group Andrea Tinianow - Director, Global Delaware
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Blockchain Legal Risks by Eric Levy
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Blockchain Legal Risks by Eric Levy

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Gardere attorneys Edward H. Block, Eric Levy and Peter S. Vogel presented the webinar titled “Blockchain Legal Risks.” Many people are familiar with the online currency "bitcoin," but many do not understand that blockchain is the technology that permits the internet to have its own monetary system. In January 2017, the Food and Drug Administration signed a contract with IBM to utilize Watson (its artificial intelligence technology) to better protect electronic medical records using blockchain technologies. Since data may be stored on the cloud anywhere around the world, it is essential to understand the laws that apply to your own use of blockchain. This webinar will educate you on blockchain and offer some insights into what the future may bring to currency, contracts and cross-border transactions.
https://wn.com/Blockchain_Legal_Risks_By_Eric_Levy
Blockchain Technology   Applications for the Insurance Industry
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Blockchain Technology Applications for the Insurance Industry

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Blockchain is a decentralized database that keeps records of digital transactions. How might the insurance industry utilize it?
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CKR Law Blockchain Event: Blockchain in the State of Delaware
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CKR Law Blockchain Event: Blockchain in the State of Delaware

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CKR Law LLP hosted its monthly Blockchain Breakfast at Rise NY on January 24, 2018. This event focused on the State of Delaware’s recently implemented laws surrounding blockchain and blockchain technology, with featured speakers: Andrea Tinianow, Director of Global Delaware and the Delaware Blockchain Initiative; Caitlin Long, Former Chairman of the Board and President of Symbiont.io, Greg Strong, Investment Protection Director at the Delaware Department of Justice; and Parth Munshi, Delaware Corporate and Securities Partner at CKR Law LLP. The event was moderated by Alexandra Levin Kramer, CKR Law’s Founding Chair of the Blockchain Technology & Digital Currency Practice Group. For further information about upcoming events or CKR Law’s Blockchain Technology & Digital Currency Practice, please visit: https://www.ckrlaw.com/our-services/intellectual-property-law.html
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Panel #2: Legalities
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Panel #2: Legalities

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Moderator: Laura Shin - Senior Editor, Forbes Laura is a Forbes senior editor managing our crypto and blockchain technology coverage (Bitcoin, Ethereum, ICOs, token sales, etc.), co-lead reporter of the Forbes Fintech 50 list, and host of the podcast "Unchained: Big Ideas From The Worlds Of Cryptocurrency and Blockchain". Reuben Bramanathan - Product Counsel, Coinbase Reuben Bramanathan is Product Counsel at Coinbase. Reuben has been advising clients on the legal and regulatory aspects of blockchain technology since 2014. Matt Corva - Legal Counsel Lead, ConsenSys Possessing both a law and business background, Matt is responsible for overseeing legal while empowering ConsenSys to build and deliver more products to the ecosystem. Joshua Klayman - Chairwoman, Wall Street Blockchain Alliance’s Legal Working Group Joshua chairs the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance’s Legal Working Group and co-founded and co-leads Morrison & Foerster LLP’s global Blockchain + Smart Contracts Group. Josh speaks and writes frequently about blockchain, smart contracts and cryptocurrencies. Lee Schneider - Partner, Head of FinTech and Broker-dealer practices, McDermott Will & Emery Lee is a financial services and technology lawyer based in NYC. He focuses on regulatory and transactional work for blockchain, FinTech and broker-dealer clients on a global basis, and co-hosts “Appetite for Disruption” a FinTech podcast available on iTunes and other services. Karen Ubell - Associate, Cooley LLP Karen previously served as Special Counsel at the SEC in the Division of Corporation Finance’s Office of Capital Markets Trends, where she played a significant role in the SEC’s conclusion that Bitcoin was not a security. Karen uses this experience to assist numerous entities with regulations in connection with ICOs. She is also a contributor to the SAFT whitepaper and the SAFT Project.
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Webinar Playback: Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies — From a Legal Perspective
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Webinar Playback: Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies — From a Legal Perspective

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Recorded March 22, 2018 Despite the frenzy regarding Blockchain technology, Bitcoin, other Coins and Tokens, attorneys must apply traditional legal theories and disciplines when advising clients. Complicating the problem is the rapidly developing (and changing) policy positions by federal and state regulators—many of whom are fearful of investor fraud and wild valuation swings. In addition, the nomenclature employed in the market does not align with well understood legal principles. Dorsey’s panel discussed this emerging area from the perspective of the legal practitioner, including FinTech representation, SEC and CFTC concerns, investor protection and “ICOs,” tax, Bitcoin exchanges and related recent developments. Presenters: Thomas Gorman, Kim Severson, Adrian Rich, & Joseph Lynyak (Moderator), Dorsey & Whitney LLP **NOTE: Watching this recording does not allow the user to obtain CLE, CPD, CPE or HR credits. ----------------------------------------¬----------------------------------------¬--- LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/company/dorsey-&-whitney-llp Twitter https://twitter.com/DorseyWhitney Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DorseyWhitneyllp Website http://www.dorsey.com
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