As part of the Legal Geek ‘Disruptive Tech Meetup’ series, sponsored by Axiom, we are planning a Meetup to demystify ‘Blockchain WTF’.
To improve our attendee rate for our meetup events and to allow us to provide drinks and food at this event we are introducing a small fee to attend. We are also offering a student/charity ticket, this discounted ticket is available to students & legal charities ONLY. You must register using a school/university or charity email address.
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Confused about blockchain? Read our Blockchain WTF article here.
- Date: 11th April 2018
- Time: 18.00 – 20.30
- Location: TBC – Old Street
- 18.00 – 18.30: Arrive
- 18.30 – 18.50: Networking
- 18.50 – 19.25: 4 x Speakers
- 19.25 – 19.45: Q&A
- 19.45 – Finish: Drinks & Pizza
We have TED talk style speakers from across the profession including:
Casey Kuhlman, CEO of Monax a blockchain-based platform for micro-contracting.
Prior to cofounding Monax, Casey was the head of legal information systems at the US Open Data Institute. A lawyer and international development practitioner for nearly a decade, Casey has worked extensively in the Horn of Africa, including co-founding the first law firm in Somaliland. Casey has also been a New York Times bestselling author, an infantry officer in the Marines, and is an avid participant in open source software development.
Tom Hingley, Commercial/IP Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Tom is a commercial and intellectual property associate based in Freshfields’ London corporate practice, with a keen interest in emerging legal issues surrounding fintech, blockchain and smart contracts. Tom speaks at conferences and contributes articles, commentary and video content to internal and external publications.
Richard Cohen, Senior Associate at Allen & Overy
– speaking with Avtar Sehra at Nivaura
Richard recently assisted Nivaura to facilitate the issuance of the world’s first fully automated, cryptocurrecy –denominated bond that was also cleared, settled and registered on a public blockchain infrastructure.
As part of the FCA’s sandbox Richard also assisted Nivaura to facilitate the issuance of a sterling denominated bond where fiat currency was successfully tokenised on a public blockchain infrastructure.
Richard recently published a paper on blockchain and cryptocurrency – denominated issuances in IFLR
We expect this event to sell out. Please register early to avoid disappointment.
The venue for this event is near Old Street and will be revealed to ticket holders the month of the event. If you would like to be involved as a speaker or startup please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Program and date subject to change without notice. By attending this event you agree to our Ethos and Code of Practice. More: www.legalgeek.co/our-ethos/