Wharton Blockchain and Digital Asset Project

The Blockchain and Digital Asset Project explores the implications of distributed ledger technology for organizations, governments, and individuals. Working with policy-makers and a global network of experts, BDAP develops insights on cryptocurrencies, blockchain networks, decentralized applications, and Web3.

NEWS

Reg@Tech 8 takes place in Philadelphia

Reg@Tech 8 takes place in Philadelphia

On Friday, October 7, 2022, and Saturday, October 8, 2022, Wharton BDAP hosted the eighth edition of the semi-annual Reg@Tech Roundtable in Philadelphia, entitled "Digital Assets and Decentralized Systems." Roundtable participants shared their perspectives on the...

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The Digital Asset World of 2035

The Digital Asset World of 2035

In this report, written by our research fellow Bianca Kremer, readers will gain insight into the four scenarios developed during Reg@Tech 7 in...

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DeFi Fellowship 2022-23

DeFi Fellowship 2022-23

We are seeking to hire a DeFi Fellow as a one-year full-time visiting researcher. The DeFi Fellow will lead BDAP activities related to decentralized...

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Areas of Interest

BDAP addresses cutting-edge legal, public policy, and business aspects of digital assets, under three broad pillars. Our project areas evolve to reflect the fast-changing industry and policy landscape.

Regulation

Governance

Web3

DIRECTOR

Kevin Werbach

Kevin Werbach is the First Pacific Company Professor and Chair of the Department of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School. He is the author of The Blockchain and the New Architecture of Trust and a leading expert on emerging technologies.

DIRECTOR

Kevin Werbach

Kevin Werbach is the First Pacific Company Professor and Chair of the Department of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School. He is the author of The Blockchain and the New Architecture of Trust and a leading expert on emerging technologies.

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