On Wednesday, Student Central in London will host a group of experts gathered together at an event designed to provide a wealth of information on a topic that is fast becoming one of the most important areas in the blockchain ecosystem – the regulatory technologies that are helping blockchain businesses fully integrate into the mainstream economy. For anyone involved in regulation, the blockchain space or traditional businesses gearing up for the incoming wave of disruption from blockchain solutions, this event will be a vital source of the most pertinent information.
Topics on the day will cover highly relevant areas such as creating RegTech tools for Web 3.0, self-sovereign identity, and the ever-present questions about the regulation of ICOs. Experts such as Adam Vaziri, CEO of QRC, will speak on the latest information and developments in the blockchain and regulatory spaces and attendees will have the opportunity to hear Professor Bill Buchanan of Edinburgh Napier University speak on the cutting-edge research that is soon to be carried out at the new Blockpass Identity Laboratory which was announced recently to explore and develop the methods by which blockchain technology can protect personal data from online scammers and hackers.
Highlights of the event will include demonstrations of RegTech tools, discussions with regulators who are intimately familiar with incoming regulatory requirements, keynote addresses from experts in blockchain policy, business risk management and cybersecurity, and the introduction of a new universal standard for ICO campaign financing. Specific issues such as the differences in jurisdictional regulations with a borderless technology will be discussed alongside methods by which blockchain can be brought into the mainstream.
With the quality of the speakers and the relevancy of the topic, the event, which takes place between 09:30 and 15:30 on the 23rd of May, is remarkable also in the fact that it is free. Tickets are still available online at eventbrite.