The GBA is beginning to plan a major conference sometime in 2019.  The topic will be “The Future of Money, Governance, and Law”

We are planning to have the event in a public space on Capitol Hill and invite legislators, regulators and government employees to join us.  We will attempt to peer 100 years into the future for a provocative look at the impact of crypto-currency, blockchain, and other emerging technologies like robotics and AI on government, governance support structures and citizens ..100 years from now!

 

 

 

 


Some possible tracks or presentations:

  • A world without banks
  • Money without inflation
  • Money without borders
  • Money without fractional reserve banking (Hard Money)
  • crowdsourcing government in lieu of taxes
  • What is THE LAW? Tracking the legal code, regulations, and judicial decisions to understand the LAW, now and in time.
  • Law as code, no literally as software, Solidity
  • Transparent earmarking/ radical transparency
  • Sovereign Autonomous Organizations (SAO)
  • Digital, not geographical, citizenship; citizenship without borders
  • Voting
  • Implicit voting … (using proxies to determine the sentiment of citizens)
  • Digital dignity implemented via MID’s
  • Digital sovereign rights, digital property.
  • Privacy in a transparent world
  • Privacy and identity implemented through personas
  • Digital reputation and identity

Speakers:

Call For Speakers Application Projected:  February 1, 2019

We are seeking several categories of speakers.  They include:

  • Futurists
  • Government executives with experience implementing blockchain programs
  • Government legislators with blockchain legislative experience
  • Government regulators with experience regulating blockchain based assets
  • Government contractors with experience deploying blockchain solutions
  • Banking & financial executives with experience managing blockchain based assets
  • Legal experts with experience advising clients implementing blockchain solutions
  • Economists who have studied the impact of cryptocurrencies on traditional financial systems
  • Technologist with an understanding of the array of blockchain technologies

Confirmed speakers will start to be listed on this page in the Spring/Summer of 2019

Agenda and Track Descriptions are expected by August 1

Conference projected date November/December 2019

General Format

  • Keynote addresses with breakout sessions
  • Ample time and events for networking
  • Exhibit area for sponsored tables and booths will be available

To join the planning committee, please contact Kathy Dache, Events Director at [email protected]

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