Speaking of Brigham Young University Law School, here is more news. It will host a summit Feb. 16 on how blockchain technology will impact markets, institutions, digital relationships and civic life.
Presented by the law school and the BYU MBA program, the summit will explore blockchain’s potential impact in a variety of domains, including cryptocurrencies and ICOs, law and regulation, fintech, real estate and property ownership and transactions, and digital identity.
The day-long program will feature two keynote speakers:
- Timothy Ruff, CEO of Evernym, on sovereign identity.
- Jai Massari, partner at Davis Polk & Wardwell, on the legal landscape around blockchain.
There will also be panel discussions on:
- Cryptocurrencies and ICOs.
- Property and real estate.
- Financial applications of blockchain.
- Blockchain opportunities and threats.
More information can be found at 2018 BYU Blockchain Summit.