The information event on the blockchain law will take place on Thursday 21 June from 6pm until 7.40pm in the auditorium at the University of Liechtenstein, announced the Propter Homines Chair for Banking and Security Law from the University of Liechtenstein’s Institute for Business Law.
The Chair is hosting the event in partnership with the government of the Principality of Liechtenstein, with prime minister Adrian Hasler (minister for General Government Affairs and Finances) and Thomas Dünser, government worker, to give a background to and key points on the planned Liechtenstein blockchain law.
There will also be a podium discussion among renowned representatives from the economy, the blockchain sector and the legal services about the opportunities and risks that blockchain technology presents for different fields.
An apero and networking opportunity will round off the event, which is aimed at representatives from financial services and consulting companies, as well as decision makers in supervisory and regulatory bodies. Participation is free but registration is required (closes June 15).