Blockchain, Trust, Identity

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, February 28, 2018     START TIME: 14:00    LOCATION:  maX 1
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Since the creation of bitcoin, blockchain branched into many new areas (smart contracts, IoT…) and can provide future for secure handling of identity information. Blockchain could play an important role in bridging the gap between increasing demand for identity control and potential fraud or identity theft. In this session we will discuss the effect of blockchain in the perspective of Trust and Identity. 

Sessions:

A Blockchain Reality Check - Why Blockchain May Not Be the Answer to the Identity Challenges

Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 Time: 14:00-15:00

A Blockchain Reality Check - Why Blockchain May Not Be the Answer to the Identity Challenges
John Erik Setsaas, Signicat AS

Blockchain is everywhere, and blockchain promises to solve any kind of problem, including that of the digital identity. This presentation will take a critical look at the promises, and look at possible scenarios for identities on the blockchain, as well as why this may not be a good idea.

How Blockchain Will Connect the Material Space to the Foundation of the Digital Space: Identity
Balázs Némethi, Taqanu


Regulatory Landscape in Blockchain: Gain Insight into ICOs and Cryptocurrency Business

Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 Time: 15:00-16:00

Regulatory Landscape in Blockchain: Gain Insight into ICOs and Cryptocurrency Business
Dr. Michael Jünemann, Bird & Bird


Licensing, AML and other Regulatory Requirements Applicable to Cryptocurrency Operators
Yana Afanasieva, Competitive Compliance

Yana will address several  the most common misperceptions about cryptocurrency operations, and argue that  they are, in fact, already regulated under existing rules,  such as PSD2, AMLD4, investor protection and consumer rights regulation. Yana will also make a case that transactions in cryptocurrencies do not necessarily  increase  AML risks of the operator, especially, not in comparison to transactions with cash. Several best practices of how to organize the...

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