Almudena de La Mata is chairing the event with Virginia García Trevijano, Abbaco Markets, ex-CNMV, and Maria Taillefer, CNMV and Filippo Zatti. Read more
Dr Maltinti, Dr Masini, and Dr Esposito organized a seminar on October 6th for chartered accountants. The seminar focused on the regulatory aspects of crypto assets, specifically taxation and anti-money laundering. Dr Travia and Dr Majorana will be the guest speakers at the event.
Florence, Chamber of Commerce, September 21, h 17 for a round table on the impact of digitalisation on the Tuscan economy.
Florence is one of the few international experts in the field. This is a great opportunity to dive deep into the world of Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs). The LexTech Institute will bring together experts and enthusiasts to explore the fascinating world of DAOs. These innovative entities are the building blocks of a new decentralised global economy based on the principles of Web3. With DAOs, people worldwide can collaborate, achieve common goals, generate revenue, and transcend geographic boundaries governed by computer code. But that's not all. The conference will also examine the legal dimensions of these novel governance models. It will be a platform for multidisciplinary exchange, providing a unique opportunity to reflect on these decentralised structures' ethical and legal implications in an innovative environment like Switzerland. Take advantage of this chance to be a part of this exciting movement.
On May 6th, Prof. Lombardi (BABEL Steering Committee and co-founder) will speak about 'Automation, Occupational Dynamics, Artificial Intelligence GPT-4'. Other speakers will be Luca Toschi (University of Florence), Vittorio Calaprice (European Commission), Silvio Zipoli Caiani (University of Florence), Vincenzo Vespri (University of Florence), Nicoletta Bardossi (Radio Toscana) and Luca Massacesi (University of Florence). The special guest will be Ilaria Cinelli, Snr An. Astronaut. Please — register at https://seedsofflorence.it/contatti/within May 5th!
The last paper of the BABEL WP Series is about NFT and art sector in Italy, which is distinguishing itself as one of the pioneers of crypto art and among its most important ‘producers’. If domestic blockchain technology-based industry is lacking, its applications in the field of art are fuelling a cultural awakening in the country. NFTs are pushing a sector different from the one in which the creative industry traditionally deployed, so much so that it is named ‘Crypto Renaissance’. However, the need undermines this promising opportunity for a clear regulatory framework while waiting for future EU Regulations. However, the MiCAR proposal, in its current version, excludes from its scope NFTs, leaving space for the Member States. How Italy could use this space to create a market for NFTs in Italy by reviving the lustre of the past and taking advantage of the technology’s development opportunities for the future is yet to be seen.