Blockchain & Sustainability

The regulatory and technical landscape for crypto assets is constantly evolving and has experienced major developments since the publication of the Bitcoin whitepaper in 2008. Nevertheless, crypto assets in Germany and Europe have already reached a stage where they can be seen as a coherent and stand-alone area of finance, which has profound financial and political implications: Crypto assets form their own token-based economy and lifecycle and establish both cash and assets “on chain” as part of the financial and real-world markets. This stage will provide a clear and convincing update and assessment on the status of crypto assets from both a technical, economic, and legal perspective.

Language: EN

April 30, 2024
Floor 2, Room 1 (Orient)
Kap Europa, Frankfurt am Main
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Day 2

Token Economy and Crypto Securities

April 30, 2024

09:30 am

Moderation:

Katharina Gehra

Digital Finance Forum (Federal Ministry of Finance) and Advisory Council “Young Digital Economy”

(Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy)


Christoph Hock

Head of Tokenisation and Digital Assets (PM), Union Investment, Frankfurt am Main


First insights into the world of crypto securities


Keynote: Token economy as a disruptive element in the financial Industry?

Christoph Hock

Head of Tokenisation and Digital Assets (PM), Union Investment, Frankfurt am Main


Digital assets at a glance: A look into the future

Maike Madagua

Senior Manager, KPMG


Competitive Advantages in the European Union and Switzerland through Regulation?

Hagen Weiss

Counsel at Dentons, Frankfurt am Main


Ricardo Schlatter

Attorney at Law, Allegra LAW, Zurich

10:30 am

Life cycle of crypto securities: New roles in the ecosystem


The new role of the crypto securities registrar under German eWpG

Michael Duttlinger

CEO & Founder, Cashlink


Secondary market trading in the "sandbox" of the EU DLT pilot regime

Michael F. Spitz

Founder & CEO, 360X


Crypto custody as the basis for the use of decentralized networks in capital markets

TBA

Hauck Aufhäuser Digital Custody 

11:30 am

Coffee & DIGISUSTAIN Networking Break

12:00 pm

Use of blockchain technology in the financial industry

 

New technologies for settlement in central bank money

Mirjam Plooij

European Central Bank

 

"Stablecoins" as alternative payment mechanisms?

David Durouchoux

Deputy CEO, Société Générale – FORGE

 

DLT Foundations: Asset management and blockchain

Martin Schäffner

Blockchain Architect, Munich

 

Tokenization in the industrial context: Increasing competitiveness and common weal"

Sebastian Becker

Managing Director, Bundesblock, Munich

01:15 pm

Lunch & DIGISUSTAIN Networking Break / Get-together

04:00 pm

End of Day 2

Speakers

Sebastian Becker

Sebastian Becker
Managing Director, Bundesblock, Munich

David Durouchoux

David Durouchoux
Deputy CEO, Société Générale – FORGE

Michael Duttlinger

Michael Duttlinger
CEO & Founder, Cashlink

Katharina Gehra

Katharina Gehra
Digital Finance Forum (Federal Ministry of Finance), Advisory Council “Young Digital Economy” (Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy)

Christoph Hock

Christoph Hock
Head of Tokenisation and Digital Assets (PM), Union Investment, Frankfurt am Main

Maike Madagua

Maike Madagua
Senior Manager, KPMG

Ricardo Schlatter

Ricardo Schlatter
Attorney at Law, Allegra Law, Zurich

Martin Schäffner

Martin Schäffner
Blockchain Architect, Munich

Michael F. Spitz

Michael F. Spitz
Founder & CEO, 360X

Hagen Weiss

Hagen Weiss
Counsel at Dentons, Frankfurt am Main