The Blockchain meets Liechtenstein conference is being organised by the Propter Homines Chair for Banking and Financial Market Law at the University of Liechtenstein. It will focus on the new Blockchain Law, which the government published for public consultation at the end of August. A key section of the law focuses on the token economy. With the token, the law aims to introduce a new legal figure to depict real values digitally, without it being possible to copy or manipulate them.
The first Blockchain meets Liechtenstein conference explored various questions of the law for the first time. The second event will analyze in depth various topics related to the token economy, including token generation or token emission. Regulatory developments in other countries such as Switzerland or the U.S. will also be discussed. In addition to presentations and a joint discussion, participants will be able to discuss these topics with each other at an apéro at the end of the event. The registration deadline is 2 November.