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Frankfurt am Main, 27.05.2024 12:00:00

The “Tokenization of Voluntary Carbon Credits” is the key topic of a conference at Frankfurt School on 7 June. What are voluntary carbon credits? And what are their use cases? Economic aspects, legal questions or the application of Blockchain in carbon markets are going to be addressed.

The conference will present interim results of the TOSCA (=Tokenizing Sustainability - Carbon Credits, Accountability, and ESG in Supply Chains) project group from economics, business administration, and law. Academics as well as business experts, representatives from supervisory bodies and lawyers will share their findings and insights.

On-site tickets and online tickets are available here. Journalists can attend free of charge and are asked to register with Nicole Clos ( 

The conference is open to the general public and hosted by the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center and further Hessian universities spearheaded by the Zentrum verantwortungsbewusste Digitalisierung (ZEVEDI).

Tokenization of Voluntary Carbon Credits

Conference at Frankfurt School, Friday, 7 June


  • 09:30: Welcoming and Networking; Masud Sultan and Dominik Skauradszun, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
  • 09:45: Some Economic Aspects of VCC, EU-CBAM and Tokenization, Prof. Dr. Georg von Wangenheim, Universität Kassel
  • 10:30: Liability in Supply Chains of VCC T, Dr. Marc Ruttloff and Prof. Dr. Eric Wagner, Gleiss Lutz
  • 11:15: Coffee Break
  • 11:45 The Legal Nature of Verified Carbon Credits, Giulia Stella Previti, UNIDROIT
  • 12:30: Legal Analysis of Current Blockchain-based VCC Concepts, Prof. Dr. Dr. Walter blocher, Universität Kassel
  • 13:00: Lunch Break
  • 14:00: Regulatory Framework for VCC Tokens, Dr. Martin Rose and Peter Kolz, Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (BaFin)
  • 15:00: Coffee Break
  • 15:15: Application of Blockchain in Carbon Markets: An Analysis of Case Studies and Emerging Challenges, Masud Sultan, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
  • 16:00: Carbon Offset Tokenization – Empirical Evidence from Blockchain Projects, Prof. Dr. Eric Nowak, Swiss Institute & Verra Verified Carbon Standard Advisory Group and Leah King, Hochschule Fulda
  • 16:45: Conclusion and Farewell, Alexander Laub and Dominik Skauradszun, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
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