DAO Workshop Zurich (By Invitation)

DAO Workshop in Zurich, co-organized and hosted by MME On Friday, May 6, 2022, Wharton BDAP and the Swiss law firm MME co-organized a workshop on Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) – Legal and Governance Aspects in Zurich. A growing number of communities and blockchain-based protocols are organizing as decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs), where assets and management processes are […]

Reg@Tech 7 (By Invitation)


Reg@Tech 7 brings together academics, industry leaders and regulatory experts to discuss pressing regulatory issues in connection with digital assets.

Virtual Cryptogovernance Workshop

A major goal of the virtual cryptogovernance workshop is to foster discussion on best practices for governance of blockchain-based networks, applications, and protocols. It is highly interactive with lively discussions, including breakout groups to maximize productivity.   This meeting is part of an ongoing effort that began in 2019, when we hosted a meeting in San Francisco […]

Cryptogovernance Workshop

In July 2019, we hosted a meeting in San Francisco of international experts on governance, including representatives of major public and permissioned blockchain projects, economic and legal scholars, lawyers, and internet governance analysts. The goal was to begin the process of developing common frameworks and principles for effective blockchain governance. One conclusion that emerged from […]

Wharton Reg@Tech 2 – Perspectives on Regulatory Approaches to Token Offerings

The Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania hosted the second invitation‐only meeting on the regulation, self‐regulation, and co‐regulation of cryptocurrency token offerings and related activities from a multi‐jurisdictional perspective. The Wharton Reg@Tech workshop series brings together an exclusive group of regulators, academics, attorneys, issuers, advisors, and investors. Agenda