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16 November 2017: Erik Valgaeren clarifies the legal perspective on Blockchain during a Beltug-conference in Zellik.

16 November 2017: Erik Valgaeren clarifies the legal perspective on Blockchain during a Beltug-conference in Zellik.

16 November 2017: Erik Valgaeren clarifies the legal perspective on Blockchain during a Beltug-conference in Zellik.

16.10.2017 BE law

Beltug is the largest Belgian association of digital technology leaders. Its conference on Blockchain takes place on 16 November during the afternoon at the Roularta Conference Centre in Zellik.

 

Blockchain looks like it could offer a solution to a number of issues. But here, with Erik Valgaeren, we take a moment to review the legal aspects. What should be in your checklist when building a project? What should be included in the contract with your blockchain provider? What areas are important to consider in the relationship with your clients?

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Beltug N-sight “Blockchain - Enigmatic or crystal-clear? User cases and insights from Vlaamse Overheid, equens Worldline & DNV GL"

The world of IT is buzzing about blockchain and its possibilities. Hyped as an answer to many challenges and concerns, we will take a close look at this new technology in this session.

Our experts will give an overview of what blockchain is all about and where the opportunities lie.  We’ll explore the legal aspects, and what to consider when negotiating a contract for a blockchain project. And we’ll learn from real-life experiences that put the theory into practice.

To view the full program and to register, please click this link

 

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