Blockchain/Digital Asset Technology and the Law: What City Officials Should Know

October 17, 2023 10:00 AM-11:15 AM


Storing digital money is the most popular use for blockchains. However, these digital ledgers can potentially serve a wider range of applications. Join experts from the University of San Francisco to learn about the basics of blockchains and recent developments. Panelists will discuss topics that city officials may encounter in the next six months, including stablecoins, smart city use cases, and blockchain/AI overlap projects.

Ben Triffo, Legislative Representative, League of California Cities

Evîn Cheikosman, Director, Blockchain Law for Social Good Center
Michele Neitz, Law Professor, Blockchain Law for Social Good Center at University of San Francisco Law

Registration must be completed by noon on Oct. 16, 2023. This webinar is complimentary to Cal Cities Members and Cal Cities Partners. Nonmember cities and other government entities will be charged $150. Please note that registration is limited to 1,000 people.

For questions about how to register for the webinar, please contact Megan Dunn. For all other questions, please contact Christina George.

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