Apr 2, 2014

NYU Law Digital Currency Conference


Digital Currency Conference at NYU Law


April 7, 2014
4:00 - 8:00 pm

New York University School of Law
Furman Hall, 9th Floor, Lester Pollack Colloquium, 245 Sullivan St., NY 10012

In recent years, digital currencies have emerged as an innovative and potentially disruptive technology. They have generated interest and debate, and are increasingly a focus of mainstream press coverage and everyday discussion. Chief among these digital currencies is Bitcoin, which has drawn the attention of regulators, lawmakers, businessmen, and entrepreneurs. We are delighted to invite you to NYU Law for an evening with some of the key individuals involved in the study and use of virtual currencies.


Panel 1: Legal and Policy

Jerry Brito (Mercatus Center) 
John Collins (Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee)
Brian Klein (Baker Marquart; Chair, Bitcoin Foundation's Legal Advocacy Committee)
Reuben Grinberg (Davis Polk) 
Carter Dougherty (Bloomberg News) (moderator)

Panel 2: Business and Economics 
Nicolas Colas (BNY Mellon ConvergEx
Steven Englander (Citigroup)
Marwan Forzley (Independent)
Antonis Polemitis (Ledra Capital) 
Alex Waters (CoinApex)
Sara Eisen (CNBC) (moderator)

Trevor Morrison (Dean and Eric M. and Laurie B. Roth Professor of Law at NYU Law) will make opening remarks.  A reception will follow the second panel.

Space is limited
Please RSVP

Sponsored by the Classical Liberal Institute and 

NYU Federalist Society

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