Crypto Confidential: The Regulation Conundrum of Anonymity, Pseudonomy and Privacy - INATBA
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Crypto Confidential: The Regulation Conundrum of Anonymity, Pseudonomy and Privacy

The discussion will tackle the intricate challenge of regulating cryptocurrencies in the context of anonymity, pseudonymity, and privacy. As digital currencies offer users a high degree of financial privacy, our panelists will delve into the implications for financial regulators and law enforcement agencies. They will explore the fine balance between protecting individuals’ rights to privacy and the need for transparency to prevent illicit activities such as money laundering and fraud.

The panel will navigate through real-world examples and case studies, shedding light on the practical intricacies of regulating cryptocurrency transactions. By examining past incidents and emerging best practices, our experts will provide valuable insights into how jurisdictions around the world are grappling with the regulation of privacy-centric cryptocurrencies.

Join us for this enlightening session, where industry leaders and legal experts will provide perspectives on the evolving landscape of cryptocurrency regulation, the challenges it poses, and potential pathways to strike the right balance between privacy and compliance.

Date

Sep 20 2023
Expired!

Time

12:00 - 13:00

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Sep 20 2023
  • Time: 06:00 - 07:00

More Info

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Panel Discussion

Location

INATBA Online Conference Room

Organizer

INATBA Executive Office
INATBA Executive Office

Other Organizers

EU Blockchain Observatory & Forum
EU Blockchain Observatory & Forum

Speakers

  • Silvan Jongerius
    Silvan Jongerius
    Managing Partner & Founder | TechGDPR

    Silvan Jongerius (FIP, CIPP/e, CIPT, TÜV Datenschutzbeauftragter) is the Managing Partner and Founder of TechGDPR and has led numerous data protection and security efforts in his previous roles as CTO and divisional CIO for multinational media educators.
    He is a frequent speaker, consultant, and educator in GDPR, blockchain, innovation and technology and has been involved in many (technology) startup projects as founder, advisor, or mentor. In addition he is the founder and president of BerChain e.V., a non-profit promoting Blockchain in Berlin and has previously initiated and led the INATBA privacy working group.
    He has been awarded the Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP) designation by the internationally acclaimed International Association of Privacy Professionals.

  • Guido Schmitz-Krummacher
    Guido Schmitz-Krummacher
    Managing Director | Lisk Foundation
  • Harm Aarts
    Harm Aarts
    Co-Founder & Chief of Product | 21Analytics

    Harm looks back on more than 15 years of experience as a software engineer and has founded 4 different startups. He bought Bitcoin when it was still 3 cents and his Master’s in Artificial Intelligence and subsequent Pre-Master’s in Economics further underlines his keen interest in the sector.

  • Callan Quinn
    Callan Quinn
    Asia Correspondent | DL News

    Callan Quinn is DL News’ Asia Correspondent. Before joining the team, she covered NFTs, gaming and the metaverse at The Block and has also written about crypto for Cointelegraph and Forbes. She has worked as a business journalist in China, the UK, Somaliland and the republic of Georgia. Callan is based in Hong Kong.

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