Blockchain (or Distributed Ledger Technology – DLT) has captured the attention of many in the financial sector and recently more of those active in payment, clearing and settlement, mainly because of its promise of greater efficiency and higher resiliency.But although DLT bears promise, there is still a long way to go before that promise is fully realised.
At this free to attend evening forum, a plenary presentation sets the scene and then a panel of practitioners discuss the benefits and uncertainties that still need to be resolved. Join the discussion, ask the questions that you want answeredand get a better understanding of the Blockchain market; its regulatory aspects; legal and fiscal aspects of investing in cryptocurrencies; fraud and security.
We are inviting speakers to participate in the Panel. If you have a related topic to bring to the discussion, please complete the Response Form, giving us a Position Statement to include in the programme.
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Moderator: Nikhil Vadgama, Deputy Executive Director, UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies (CBT)
Topics to be covered:
Centre for Blockchain Technology, University College London