"Crypto Asset Conference 2018" on February 26 to February 27, 2018: Blockchain technology was borne through the invention of Bitcoin and has since then created hundreds of digital assets and spurred the development of business models building on decentralized networks. The conference covers both the public blockchain and the enterprise blockchain domain. The former concerns topics such as cryptocurrencies, ICOs, crypto funds and tokens of decentral business models; the latter includes topics interesting for corporates such as securitization and asset management. More information.
“Webinar: Taxation of Digital Assets such as Cryptocurrencies and Tokens” on March 9, 2018: Cryptocurrencies and other digital tokens are currently creating a global hype that offers investors unrivaled returns. Klaus Himmer, managing director from CryptoTax, will be discussing whether they are subject to taxation and which tax implication are to be expected in Germany. More Information.
"2nd Forum: Blockchain in Finance. New Business Models and Their Relocation” on March 22, 2018 in St. Gallen (Switzerland): Organized by The Business Engineering Institute St. Gallen with the University of St. Gallen and the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center, the event aims to offer an overview of the potential and the implications of the Blockchain Technology. More Information.
Course "Certified Blockchain Expert" from April 25 – June 30, 2018: This course is designed for everybody who wants to acquire IT and business skills in blockchain technology. The course has an IT track and a business track such that it is suitable for both IT experts and business developers who seek to understand blockchain technology and crypto currencies. Among others, we focus on the Ethereum and the Hyperledger platforms. From an IT perspective, this includes writing smart contracts and decentralised applications (DApps). Further, from a business perspective, we provide an understanding of the variety of possible blockchain use cases and business models. The program consists of two 4-day weeks and a final term paper. More information.