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ALEXIS COLLOMB

Scientific, Co-director

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PRIMAVERA DE FILIPPI

Scientific, Co-director

- Permanent researcher & faculty associate -

CNRS/CERSA & Harvard Berkman-Klein Center

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THE PROGRAM

Blockchain Workshop
Theory & Practice

Organized by CERSA / CNAM

Paris, 21-22 January, 2019

Conservatoire National des Arts & Métiers (CNAM)
292 Rue Saint-Martin - 75003 Paris, France

OVERVIEW:

Blockchain technology has lead to the emergence of new peer-to-peer infrastructures for distributed coordination, enabling new ways of exchanging value and recording information in a secure and decentralized manner. It is regarded by many as a disruptive technology that could lead to a new wave of disintermediation, changing the way in which people work and organize themselves. 

However, blockchain technology is still immature and its adoption remains limited to only a few fields of endeavor. Despite the recent popularity (or hype) surrounding the technology, its potential cannot be achieved without the involvement of multiple stakeholders both from the private and public sector: technologists, entrepreneurs, lawyers, policy makers, and regulators, all need to work together in order better understand the social, legal, and political implications of blockchain technology. 

This forum will convene various scholars and practitioners from different backgrounds and academic fields in order to bring more clarity regarding the current state of affairs and the future directions of blockchain technology.

THEORY - January 21

08:30 - 9h00 : 

Breakfast and Registration

09:00 - 10h00 : 

Opening Keynote

Charles Nesson / Harvard/Berkman Center for Internet & Society

10:00 - 11h30 : 

Panel 1: Working Theories: what worked and what didn’t work

James Mickens / Berkman Klein

Vincent Danos / ENS

Julien Prat / Polytechnique

Simon Polrot / Consensys

11:30 - 13h00 : 

Panel 2: New economic models, between coopetition and tokenomics

Alex Lipton / MIT

Kary Beehmaiah / U-Change

Alexis Collomb / CNAM

13:00 - 14h00 : 

Lunch

14:00 - 15h30 : 

Panel 3: Governance of/by blockchain

Odysseas Sclavounis  / Oxford

Wessel Reijers  / EUI

Primavera De Filippi  / CERSA

Jérôme de Tychey  / European Blockchain Observatory

15:30 - 17h00 : 

Panel 4: Blockchain & Regulation- where are we headed?

Nikkolas Guggenberger   / Yale

Florence G’sell, Adrien Basdevant,    / G. Washington Uni

Jean-Baptiste Soufron, Carla Reyes  / G. Washington Uni

17:00 - 17h30 : 

Break

17:30 - 18h30 : 

Closing Keynote 

Heinz Wismann  / EHESS

19h30 : 

Reception at the Art & Métiers Museum

PRACTICE - January 22

08:30 - 9h00 : 

Breakfast and Registration

09:00 - 10h00 : 

Opening Keynote

Alex Lipton / MIT

10:00 - 11h30 : 

Practical assessment of blockchain-based applications

Sébastien Choukroun / PWC

Johann Palychata / BNPP

11:30 - 13h00 : 

Augmented currencies/directed money

Olivier Rocca / Moneybydesign

Christophe Doré / MTK

13:00 - 14h00 : 

Lunch

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