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Cryptoassets, DeFi Regulation and DLT: Proceedings of the II Token World Conference

Cryptoassets, DeFi Regulation and DLT: Proceedings of the II Token World Conference. 9788429027044
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Cryptoassets, DeFi Regulation and DLT: Proceedings of the II Token World Conference

In the new tokenised economy we should integrate, as Joachim Schwerin expressed in the closing intervention of this II Token World Conference, the benefits of legacy juridical, financial, educational and social systems, with the benefits of decentralisation for the common good.

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Autoría: , , Suzana Maranhão Moreno, Matthias Fischer, , Antonio Serrano Acitores, Steffen Schwalm, Ana Felícitas Muñoz-Pérez, Sagrario Navarro Lérida, Filippo Zatti, Jean-Marc Seigneur, Jörn Erbguth, Rosa Giovanna Barresi, Ricardo Palomo Zurdo

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The evolution of the MiCA Regulation and other key laws of the EU Digital Finance Strategy, the nature of NFT tokenisation and trading, the tokenomics of the metaverse, and relevant token data protection issues, are encompassed in this volume, edited to publish the contents of the II Token World Conference proceedings.

2022 was the second year in which a Token World Conference took place as a result of a joint initiative of the Alastria Blockchain Ecosystem -Alastria Networks Consortium- / Comillas University -FinTech Observatory-/ URJC - DYDEM that has successfully brought together the visions and experiences of world-leading experts in DLT legal issues, within the fields of DeFi regulation, MiCA investment services, crypto-asset exchanges, CBDCs and DAO governance, amongst others.

No doubt the reader will find herein fundamental and inspiring ideas to be set in legal and financial practice for the future of tokenization and token markets.

As we could hear within the closing speech of the Conference from Joachim Schwering, Principal Economist at the EU Commission (EC) and promoter of the Tokenise Europe 2025 initiative spearheaded by German Banking Association and the EC, the potential of asset tokenisation and metaverse to strengthen entrepreneurial competitiveness —mainly of startups— should be prioritized viewing the 2030 horizon, to bring long-term financial stability, economic resilience and security in the context of the forthcoming DeFi/MiCA scenario. A huge challenge requiring digital skills from policymakers and regulators, like data literacy, problem-solving with digital tools, public-private co-learning in sandboxes and digital hub enhanced development.



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