This 2-day Executive Training Seminar is designed to provide practical information and discussion for decisionmakers who need a working understanding of blockchain, cryptocurrencies and the impact this technology is having worldwide. It is designed for professionals and high-level executives in government, corporations, regulatory institutions, law enforcement and other sectors of the economy, who are dealing with the real-life problems and issues posed by this technology.
The sessions will cover essential information about these topics, including discussion and analysis of recent developments and actual cases in the United States and worldwide, including blockchain applications, tokens and their evolution, stablecoins and asset-backed tokens, and enforcement actions by regulators and law enforcement.
With an emphasis on contemporary issues and solutions, work sessions and panels will engage participants with their colleagues to discuss problems and issues they face in this rapidly changing environment. The sessions are conducted and moderated by esteemed attorney and Adjunct Professor from Washington, DC—Prof. Thomas P. Gross, a former quantum physicist and now Washington attorney and Adjunct Professor who practices in legal and policy issues for complex and emerging technologies.
At the conclusion, participants will have a deeper understanding of blockchain mechanisms and its application, the role of tokens vs. securities, the evolution of regulatory policies affecting this technology, quantum computers and blockchain security, digital currencies and the trend towards Central Bank Digital Currencies, and recent cases and laws worldwide. Participants will receive a comprehensive set of written materials that cover these topics, with active links to valuable documents and websites.