Date: 28th November 2017
Time: 7.00pm – 10:00pm
Place: KDG, Antwerpen, Belgium
The socio-economic debate surrounding money has advanced since the early metallist day. Money is no longer viewed as a homogenous, neutral thing; rather, theorists are wont to emphasise its pivotal role in shaping networks of social relations.
Yet, in many respects, the legal analysis of money is playing catch-up, and the advent of distributed online ecosystems such as Bitcoin and Ethereum has pushed to the fore some difficult questions concerning the appropriate legal lens through which to view money, and monetary assets.
THE FUTURE OF CURRENCY
If we are already in a future where the value of money is simply the value assigned to it, what has stopped us from moving toward an entirely digital currency? The answer is in large part due to our national governments. We have seen the rise (and falls) of digital or cryptographic currencies like Bitcoin.
Interested in the topic? Join the next Antwerp Business Community to learn more about the topic:, how it impacts’ our lives and how is it going to evolve…
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