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Blockchain Panel

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Join us for hors d'oeuvres, beer and wine, light dinner fare and dessert as we explore the fascinating evolution and application of Blockchain technology with a panel of experts.
 
Topics discussed will include Bitcoin, Distributed Ledger, Initial Coin Offerings, the accounting approaches for alternative currencies as well as open Q&A.

Featuring:
Dror Futter  co-chaired the Practicing Law Institute's Blockchain 2.0 program
 
Rimon Law partner Dror Futter runs The Blockchain Patent Chronicle, a blog which provides timely summaries of developments in blockchain/distributed ledger technology patents. The patents are the earliest public indication of research and development in the blockchain ecosystem. Mr. Futter advises clients with respect to legal developments in the rapidly developing blockchain and cryptocurrency spaces.   He has advised on ICO's and has worked with consortia considering the issues involved in using permissioned blockchains to support supply chain record keeping. Dror advises clients with respect to ICOs and legal issues related to their blockchain use-cases. Dror is a guest contributor to Bitcoin Magazine and was a co-organizer of Practicing Law Institute's Blockchain 2.0: 2018 Legal & Regulatory Developments conference.
 
Nick Gogerty, Senior Advisor for Harbor Peak, LLC 
Co-founder SolarCoin, an alternative digital currency that works like air-miles for Solar electricity generation available in 68 countries and Senior Business Analyst at Bridgewater Capital.  Mr. Gogerty has extensive experience as a Blockchain advisor to G20 governments and ministers as well as UNEP, UNFCCC, UNDP, Fortune 500 companies, global banks and hedge funds. Chief Analyst at Brussels-based Starlab, a deep-future multi-disciplinary Science and Research Institute.  Nick is the founder of Thoughtful Capital Group, a value research and portfolio allocation consultancy firm based in Greenwich, CT.

Robert A. Musiala Jr., Baker Hostetler's Blockchain Counsel 
BakerHostetler's Blockchain Counsel, Robert A. Musiala Jr., is esteemed for his roles in the areas of cryptocurrency anti-money laundering/counter-terrorist financing, and concept development for blockchain-based solutions. Robert was a founding member of the blockchain practice at a "Big Four" accounting firm and one of the largest professional services firms in the world, where he was introduced to blockchain through his work as an intelligence analyst and financial crimes investigator. His achievements in threat finance include managing a team of investigators to collect intelligence and produce a threat/counter-threat analysis on cryptocurrency and blockchain for a U.S. national security community client. An innovative thought leader, Robert is the inventor of a patent-pending blockchain micropayments system. He is also the co-inventor and primary concept developer of a patent-pending system that leverages blockchain technology to promote transparency, speed and security, and mitigate economic crime in funds governance and aid distribution programs.

Robert's practice includes advising blockchain industry clients that have previously completed "initial coin offering" events on strategies for mitigating personal and business risk, limiting business disruption and achieving regulatory compliance. His experience also includes advising blockchain technology firms on strategies for achieving compliance with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation.
 
G. Daniel Doney, CEO of Securrency, Inc.
 
Dan Doney is the CEO of Securrency, Inc, a financial services company that combines world class security, advantages of distributed ledgers, and a global compliance framework to produce a new kind of financial instrument: a highly-liquid, dividend-yielding, investment-grade securities tokens with the stability of bonds, transferability of Bitcoin, and exchangeability of dollars. The Securrency platform provides end-to-end financial services by offering decentralized investment banking technologies.

Evenings events:
 
6:00pm: Arrive, network while enjoying beer, wine and hors d'oeuvres
7:00pm: Panel commences
8:00pm: Q&A, networking over dessert
9:00pm: Evening concludes 

Event Type

Society; Social; Educational

Education Topic

Alternative Investments; Corporate Finance; Financial Statement Analysis

Start Time

11/14/2018 6:00 PM

End Time

11/14/2018 9:00 PM

City

Stamford

State/Province

CT

Event Country

USA

Event Region

Americas

Location Info

​Rockrimmon Country Club
2949 Long Ridge Road
Stamford CT​​

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Panel

CE Credits

3

SER Credit

0

Currency

USD

Member Price

0

Non-Member Price

20

Candidate Price

20

Registration

All Day Event

 

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Date

11/14/2018

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Content Type: MyCFA Custom Calendar
Created at 8/16/2018 10:14 AM by Mark Hanratty
Last modified at 11/7/2018 10:07 AM by melissa.mawyer@cfainstitute.org