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Blockchain: Atribución de responsabilidad en entornos descentralizados (Descentralisation and Accountability/Liability in Permissionless Blockchain Systems)

octubre 23 el 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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12:00: Blockchain: Atribución de responsabilidad en entornos descentralizados.

Existe una fuerte controversia sobre la potencial responsabilidad de los programadores y otros participantes en las operaciones realizadas en Blockchain (y en concreto en entornos descentralizados).

Se trata de una cuestión clave para el desarrollo de soluciones basadas en esta tecnología (negocios, operaciones con activos digitales, cryptomonedas, gestión documental…).

¿Realmente eliminan las blockchains públicas la necesidad de confiar en un poder central?

¿Podemos realmente confiar en el nuevo sistema o estamos depositando demasiada confianza en un pequeño núcleo de expertos/programadores?

¿Deberían estos asumir la responsabilidad de sus actuaciones en el sistema?

Ponente: Angela Walch

Coloquio abierto: Modera Almudena de la Mata, Blockchain Intelligence.

 

Ponente: Prof. Angela Walch

Angela Walch is the most recognized expert on accountability/liability of the different stakeholders in Blockchain and particularly in the permission-less sphere.

She was shortlisted for 2017 Most Influential Person in Blockchain by CoinDesk, and was nominated for “Blockchain Person of the Year” for 2016 by Crypto Coins News.

Professor of Law at St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas, and a Research Fellow at the Centre for Blockchain Technologies at University College London.

Her research focuses on money and the law, cryptocurrencies, blockchain technologies, governance and financial stability.

Walch’s work on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies is internationally recognized and widely cited across multiple disciplines (including law, economics, finance, computer science, archival science, and others).

Walch has presented her research at Harvard Law School, Stanford University, the Federal Reserve, and the London School of Economics, among others. Her work has appeared the NYU Journal of Legislation & Public Policy, the Review of Banking & Financial Law, and American Banker, and has been cited in reports by the Bank for International Settlements, the Financial Stability Board, the OECD, and the European Commission. Walch has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, and Wired, along with other media outlets.

Prior to joining the faculty at St. Mary’s, Angela practiced transactional law at the firm of Ropes & Gray in Boston and in the Office of the General Counsel at Harvard University. Angela also practiced transactional law in London, where she worked in-house for Sainsbury’s (a large British supermarket chain) and served as general counsel for Brand Events, a venture-backed consumer events company that produced premier events (Taste of London, Top Gear Live) around the world.

Angela is a graduate of Harvard College (1998) and Harvard Law School (2002).

Find her research here: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=1031367

 

 

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Fecha:
octubre 23
Hora:
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Precio:
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Calle Serrano 9, Salón de actos del ICAM, Madrid.
Calle Serrano 9
Madrid, Madrid 28001 España

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Blockchain Intelligence

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