Challenges & Opportunities
in the Netherlands
CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES FOR
TOKENISATION IN THE NETHERLANDS
Undeniably, technology's evolution pace is light-years ahead of regulatory frameworks. The regulation of the token economy is one of the most conflictive tasks within the blockchain ecosystem.
The challenges are diverse: legal & regulatory environment, talent and expertise development, ambition & funding level. But the opportunity, for NL and for the world, is huge.
The round table will be held in an interactive setting with stakeholders from the different industries and disciplines. There are several different dilemma's the teams will discuss.
Joining us for this round table will be thought leaders, innovation drivers, representatives from law firms from the UK and NL, as well as the Dutch regulator AFM, the Dutch central bank DNB and Dutch Government officials.
Challenges & Opportunities for Tokenisation in the Netherlands
14:00 | Walk-in with Coffee/tea
14:20 | Welcome & opening address
14:30 | Inspiration session #1:
“History of financial innovation in the Netherlands”
by Simon Lelieveldt
14:50 | Inspiration session #2:
“The Token Economy & Terminology”
15:10 | Explanation process (including introduction of the tables)
by Alex Bausch
15:30 | Round table session #1 - Discussion on "Why"
16:00 | Recap moment session #1
16:15 | Break: Coffee/tea
16:30 | Round table session #2 - Discussion on "What"
17:00 | Recap moment session #2
17:10 | Round table session #3 - Discussion on "How"
17:40 | Break: Coffee/tea
18:00 | Summary with the table host of the round table sessions
18:30 | Keynote "Financial innovations abroad"
By Daniel Libau
18:50 | Dinner Buffet
20:00 | End
Inspiration session speaker
Shermin is the director of the Research Institute for Crypto Economics at the Vienna University of Economics, and the founder of BlockchainHub in Berlin. She is the author of the book "Token Economy". In the past, she was a curator of TheDAO, an advisor to Jolocom, Wunder and the Estonian E-residency program. Shermin did her PhD in IT-Management at the Vienna University of Economics. Furthermore, she studied film and drama in Madrid. Her past work experience ranges from internet start-ups, IT consulting & filmmaking. She is Austrian, with Iranian roots, and lives between Vienna and Berlin.
Simon Lelieveldt is an industrial Engineer, active in the banking and innovative payments sector. He provides regulatory and business advice to startups, banks, payment institutions, trade bodies and e-money institutions.One of his passions is the history of the Dutch financial sector. He will be sharing his insights on the past and future of payments in the first inspiration session.
Achieve a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities of Tokenization;
Understand and clarify the challenges standing in the way of Tokenization;
Understand on the opportunities for NL
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