Full-day online masterclass:
Introduction to Tokenization
Learn from a mix of practitioners and academics in the field of blockchain and financial markets about the tremendous opportunities digital economies can bring to the table while keeping a very clear eye on the related risks that need to be managed in this context.
5th of June, 08:00 - 17:00
Understand everything about Tokenization and it's potential
Get the latest insights in Tokenization from world-class speakers
Learn via a hands-on, interactive approach
Dan Liebau, founder of Lightbulb Capital, will personally lead you through this interactive, online masterclass and is joined by several interesting speakers that know all about tokenization and its opportunities.
"This masterclass on Tokenization provides a very good look into what tokenization is and how you can apply it yourself"
Martijn Siebrand, ABN AMRO
"The masterclass highlights the (almost endless) possibilities of Tokenization and innovation in the fintech world. This is a great start to obtain more knowledge if you are interested in the topic and/or are considering implementing tokenization yourself."
Jeske Eenink, Dusk Network
There is an important discussion amongst regulators, industry, and scholars as to how to categorize different token types. Through an interactive discussion we distinguish different features of token types and build a common language that will help us understand subsequent context of the class.
Important decisions must be taken when embarking on the design of a token. We share important insights starting from economic fundamentals to suitable incorporation types and features of several types of securities including debt, equity, and revenue share contracts.
Our partner organization ITSA, the International Token Standards Association will present their work on classification of tokens, the International Token Identification Number (ITIN) and the token base database that contains a multitude of information for each token issuance.
This section of the class discusses key risks relevant for token buyers and financial services firms that are considering giving their clients access to cryptocurrencies and other blockchain based assets. We discuss topics like finality and consensus mechanisms and the limitations of today’s protocols when it comes to describing complex financial products. We are also planning to invite an international guest speaker that discusses the topic of digital asset custody
We introduce the topic of fork risk and have an interactive discussion about validator risk and other factors that are relevant when choosing a blockchain protocol for token issuance.
The program is structured like an interactive workshop, rather than a one-way lecture. We will benefit from international guest speakers and group exercises.
Daniel (Dan) is the founder of Singapore based Lightbulb Capital. The firm was founded in 2014 in Hong Kong to help realize the potential of innovation and emerging technologies to transform financial services. Today the company focuses on advisory work for fintech and blockchain startups and Innovation education programs for corporates and universities.
Dan is appointed affiliate faculty of Singapore Management University. Dan is also a lecturer at Rotterdam School of Management's Executive Education arm in Erasmus University. Previously, he was a visiting professor at IE business school in its top-ranked Master in Finance program, where he received the teaching excellence award for his fintech business models class.
Dan teaches courses on 1) fintech & innovation in finance as well as on 2) blockchain, cryptocurrencies and digital assets. More recently, he started working and publishing on 3) data science and AI in financial markets. In 2019 he received the best paper award in his category for the paper on ICO scams (co-authored with P. Schueffel) from the editorial board of the Journal of the British Blockchain Association (JBBA). Dan is also a review editor for Frontiers Financial Blockchain academic journal and works on research projects. Also, he is a frequent speaker at seminars on blockchain and innovation in financial services.
Before starting the firm, Dan was Chief Operating Officer (COO), board member and an Executive Director of HSBC Securities (Singapore) Pte Limited, a MAS capital markets services license holder for dealing in financial products. He was previously also the IT Head of HSBC's investment bank in Singapore and Japan. Dan has over 20 years of investment banking technology experience at UBS in both Germany and the UK, Barclays Capital in both Singapore and Tokyo, as well as Close Brothers in Frankfurt, his hometown.
Dan is also working towards his PhD within the Finance department of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, where he researches blockchain and AI, and its effects on financial markets. Previously he graduated with a Master of Science in Innovation from Singapore Management University and holds a Master in Finance from IE business school in Madrid, Spain.
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