LATOKEN'S Webinar: Future of Digital Assets and Virtual Currency Regulation in the US in 2018
Our free webinar will touch upon the future of digital assets and virtual currency regulation in 2018.
What regulatory changes shall we expect from SEC? What country will be the next one to become crypto-friendly? Get your questions answered on April 25 at 10 am PDT.
Alexander Lindgren, partner at LLOY LAW LLP, attorney and entrepreneur with a legal focus on fintech, technology start-ups and finance. Recently published an article on crypto hedge funds in Stanford J. of Law, Bus. & Finance.
Joshua Hawley, founder at Mauritius Blockchain Advisory Foundation and Co-Founder at Mauritius Ethereum Alliance. Advises government, industry, startups and established enterprise on how to couple their existing operations with the advantages of blockchain technology.
Topics to be covered:
-Perspectives on digital assets and virtual currency regulation in the US in 2018
-Insights for companies: dealing with SEC requirements, licensing and reporting
-Is SAFT dead? Overview of the current regulatory landscape
-Global crypto expansion into financial, TMT and other sectors
-Nations embracing crypto: comparing US and global trends
FREE attendance: simply register and get free access to our knowledge base!
Participants will receive an exclusive discount for Blockchain Economic Forum in San Francisco on June 16-19.
LATOKEN (latoken.com) is building a one-stop multi-asset trading platform. It has become a global hub for blockchain developers and investors thanks to Blockchain Economic Forum (BEF).
BEF New York and BEF Singapore gathered 1,600+ investors, founders, decision makers, and thought leaders, including such distinguished speakers as Vicente Fox (former president of Mexico), Reese Jones (Singularity University) and Daniel Heller (ex-IMF). LATOKEN is delighted to host BEF in San Francisco on June 16-19, 2018.
We invite top blockchain and crypto professionals to share their success stories, ideas and thoughts on the most pressing industry problems.