PLI’s Fintech 2018: BlockChain and Cryptocurrencies 101
Events August 13, 2018 | 1:45PM - 2:45PM ET
Rimon’s FinTech Partner, Dror Futter, will be a panelist on the “BlockChain and Cryptocurrencies 101” panel at PLI’s “FinTech 2018” program.
Why You Should Attend
The financial services industry is changing rapidly. Technology is revolutionizing securities investing and trading, transaction payment methodologies, and the provision of investment advice. This program will explore the legal and compliance issues arising out of the explosive advances in financial technology, including crowdfunding, blockchain technology and cryptocurrency, including bitcoin, and the advent of robo-advisors, among others.
What You Will Learn
- What is distributed ledger technology?
- How do Blockchains work?
- Intro to cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Lytecoin, and Monero
- Do you know where your cryptocurrencies are?
Practicing Law Institute
Date & Time:
Aug 13, 2018
1:45 AM – 2:45 PM ET
1177 Avenue of the Americas, 2nd Floor (Entrance on 45th Street)
New York, NY 10036
This session is eligible for CPE, CLE and CFE credit.
About the presenter
Dror Futter is a partner in the Rimon, PC law firm. Dror’s practice focuses on representing startup companies in their financing and merger and acquisition transactions and their intellectual property, IT and internet agreements. Dror was the general counsel of Vidyo, Inc., a venture-backed video conferencing company and before that the general counsel of New Venture Partners LLC, a venture capital firm specializing in corporate spinouts. Dror was the co-founding chair of the PLI VC Law program and is a frequent speaker on legal topics at technology meetups and other startup-focused programming in the New York/New Jersey region. He is a member of the model forms drafting group of the National Venture Capital Association, the legal advisory board of the Angel Capital Association and the legal working group of the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance. Dror is graduate of Princeton University and Columbia University School of Law. He also earned an executive MBA from the American Electronics Association Executive Institute of Stanford University. Read more about Dror here.