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Blockchain meets Liechtenstein III
March 26 @ 13:30 - 17:30CHF350
Security Token Offering and current legal developments in the border triangle
In the two preceding events of the conference series, a wide variety of regulatory and private-law issues have already been intensively discussed in connection with the government’s consultation report on “the creation of a law on transaction systems based on trustworthy technologies (VT)” (“Blockchain Act”). The consultation period has now expired, which is why the conference will begin with an update on current developments in Liechtenstein.
In the following first block of topics, legal questions relating to the topic of security tokens will be dealt with, whereby these will be subjected to an in-depth analysis from the Liechtenstein, Swiss, and Austrian perspectives. Since in the context of the “token economy” cross-border issues are not the exception, but the rule, international private law issues will be explained before the discussion of the papers is opened.
In the second thematic block, we would like to pick up on selected individual topics that are intensively discussed in the context of current developments in cryptobased assets and business models. At the beginning, the legal nature and qualification of tokens will be examined from a civil law perspective, followed by tax and accounting issues with a special focus on security tokens. The fate of crypto currencies and tokens in the event of bankruptcy also raises many questions that need to be addressed at an early stage. This also applies to the tension between data protection and blockchain, which is why our speakers will also deal with this topic.