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眾所期待雲集台灣教育界、法律、產業各領域區塊鏈菁英,交流講座成功啟動

2018年10月2日 17:20

清大海納百川商學院聯合舉辦-區塊鏈於專業領域之應用研習會,推動科技與法律交流

2018/10/02

 

清華大學海納百川區塊鏈法務研究中心籌辦,

在為期一天的會議邀請區塊鏈及虛擬貨幣專家,針對目前台灣區塊鏈及虛擬貨幣發展現況發表專題演講。

本次研習會特邀請到新加坡著名ICO律師Malcolm Tan擔任講者,探討ICO代幣初次發行及新加坡過去經驗與現況。

其他重要講者包含眾勤法律事務所所長楊明勳、清華大學科技法律研究所所長范建得教授、勤業眾信副總鄭淑芬等。

講座開始由鄭重邀請到擔任清大海納百川首席法律顧問,同時兼任多職中華民國律師公會全國聯合會理事主任委員、

台日商務交流協進會監事等等的楊明勳律師為大家解說區塊鏈的發展對於未來法律實務的意義,

其中也包括區塊鏈發展的SWOT分析,其他商業應用跟台灣的現況與發展,讓主題多元性完整呈現。

 

Malcolm Tan在演講中提到,新加坡政府及整體在制定區塊鏈相關政策時,反應速度更快、政策更靈活。

就金融科技與區塊鏈技術看來,新加坡雖然面積小,卻因此成了區塊鏈項目整體發展相對成熟的環境。

另外,區塊鏈在其他產業之應用、法律實務應用也成了焦點。

 

法務與財會專家也提到,若法規與金融科技發展能同步落實,便能讓台灣在區塊鏈或虛擬貨幣發展上不落人後,

也同時是「清華大學海納百川區塊鏈法務研究中心」成立宗旨。

目前包括央行、金管會對虛擬貨幣及區塊鏈技術尚未表態或定義,目前各主要國家對此已逐漸有所表態,

期望在未來政府能讓金融科技與法規在明確政策下取得平衡。

另外還有數位金融風險評估專家-張孟捷與大家現場分享區塊鏈技術,

雲端服務及提供發展及風險管理的諮詢,參與過支付業務法規研究與營運和規評估,

主導兩項區塊鏈應用概念驗證的發表,讓現場獲得更多實際案例之分享交流。

勤業眾信副總鄭淑芬以超過25年的專利經驗,針對智慧財產權審駁流程說明,

以供未來企業在區塊鏈智慧財產布局更多協助及輔導。

技術方面,知名區塊鏈公司FundersToken執行長朱俊嘉以深入淺出的方式說明區塊鏈技術核心概念

如公有鏈、共識演算法、智能合約、分散式帳本等,以及如何協助企業將業務帶到區塊鏈環境中,

使客戶透過智能合約、模組化解決方案讓業務順利進行。

最後,法務與財會專家也提到,若法規與金融科技發展能同步落實,

便能讓台灣在區塊鏈或虛擬貨幣發展上不落人後,

也同時是「清華大學海納百川區塊鏈法務研究中心」成立宗旨。

在世界趨勢中,區塊鏈及虛擬貨幣各種應用已銳不可擋、日新月異,

目前包括央行、金管會對虛擬貨幣及區塊鏈技術尚未表態或定義,

然而各主要國家對此已日漸明朗,期望在未來政府能讓金融科技與法規在明確政策下取得平衡,

將台灣打造成友善且配套完善的發展環境。

「2018年區塊鏈於專門職業領域之應用研習會」於1日在清華大學旺宏館圓滿落幕。

地點:國立清華大學旺宏館
主辦單位:清華大學海納百川區塊鏈法務研究中心
協辦單位:清華大學海納百川區塊鏈商學院

會議演講者簡介:
Malcolm Tan/新加坡ICO律師
楊明勳律師/眾勤法律事務所所長
海納百川區塊鏈法律研究中心首席法律顧問
鄭淑芬副總/勤業眾信風險管理顧問股份有限公司
王衍盛副總/東方億泰資本有限公司

與談者簡介:
王衍盛副總/東方億泰資本有限公司
朱俊嘉/FundersToken執行長

ILST of NTHU and HNBC Empower the 2018 Workshop on Blockchain in Professional Practices

October 2, 2018

 

ILST (Institute of Law for Science and Technology) of NTHU (National Tsing Hua University) together with HNBC (Ha Na Bai Chuan Blockchain Investment Consultancy Limited) held a workshop on “Blockchain in Professional Practice and What Blockchain Means for the Future of Professional Practices” on October 1 at Learning Resource Center (Macronix Building) of Tsing Hua University.

The one-day gathering featured notable Singaporean speaker: Malcolm Tan, Attorney-at-Law, ICO advisor, CEO & General Counsel at CrowdBank. Other speakers like Yang Ming-Hsun, Chairman of Intellectual Property Committee, Taiwan Bar Association & chief legal advisor of ARRS Center of Blockchain Law and Policy and Fan, Chien-Te Professor of Law and Director of ILST, NTHU also attended.

Yang Ming-Hsun first opened the session with a brief introduction and SWOT analysis of blockchain technology. He also introduced that Taiwan’s FSC (Financial Supervisory Commission), the governing agency has drawn up a set of regulatory guideline, indicating that Taiwan has gradually advanced in the blockchain space.

Malcolm Tan talked about how to do ICO and shared how Singapore approached ICO and cryptocurrency as an international financial center. He further explained how Singapore is different from other countries in terms of government regulation and investing environment and concluded that Singapore has an excellent jurisdiction for investors in cryptocurrency or assets.

Marcus M. Chang, manager of Deloitte & Touche elaborated on risks assessment and blockchain development trends such as digital identity, smart contract, decentralized apps, going through several case studies on blockchain applications.

As a legal counsel of more than 25 years of experience in the area of intellectual property (IP) rights, Candy S. Cheng, Director of Deloitte & Touche explained how she assists enterprises in handling blockchain-related technology IP registration, protection and defense.

FundersToken CEO Jack Chu highlighted his talk with core elements of blockchain technology such as public chain, consensus algorithm, smart contract and DLT and how he uses modularized solution to help enterprises with their business.

The workshop offered an opportunity for participants to discuss concerns and suggestions, facilitating the exchange of opinions and expertise regarding government policies and a discussion on how to face new barriers that lie ahead.

 

As much of enthusiasm and innovation can be perceived for blockchain use in many sectors and industries around the world, the goal of turning Taiwan into a hub for blockchain and crypto-friendly space requires legislative support that Taiwan’s finance governing agencies have yet to demonstrate. Taiwan’s Financial Services Commission (FSC) and the central bank seem to be far from crystalizing the country’s position on the technology while other major countries are now exploring or drafting their regulation plans. Therefore, Tsing Hua University & HNBC Legal Research Center has come to the formation in a bid to assist the authorities in developing legal compliance and regulatory control.

Speakers:

Malcolm Tan/ Singapore ICO Attorney-at-Law

Yang Ming-Hsun/ Director of Join Law Firm

Chief legal advisor of ARRS Center of Blockchain Law & Policy

Candy S. Cheng/ Director of Deloitte & Touche

Marcus M. Chang/ Manager of Deloitte & Touche

 

Panelists:

Zeus Wang/ Vice President of Orient ES Capital Group Ltd.

Jack Chu/ CEO of FundersToken Pte. Ltd.

 

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