Special Edition 7: Central Bank of The Netherlands - De Nederlandsche Bank

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De Nederlandsche Bank

1 Westeinde · Amsterdam

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For the DNB please arrive before 14:45 and bring your photo ID.

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Attendance list for this special session is now closed.

Attendees have received a mail today, 11 June, from BitcoinWednesday.com, if they've been added to the list.

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Join us for an open conversation with De Nederlandsche Bank about the following topics:

- What are the pros and cons of using cryptocurrencies?

- What is the ideal cryptocurrency?

- What are the typical use cases for cryptocurrencies?

- What do we think about those who speculate with cryptocurrencies?

- Under what conditions would cryptocurrencies be superfluous?

- How are cryptocurrencies used (to make payments, to speculate) ?

- What are our ideas about regulating the cryptocurrency market?

- What risks do we see in this market?

- What developments in the industry do we see in the near future?

The discussion will be led by:

Kirsten van Driel, Policy Advisor and Coordinator for Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies

https://www.bitcoinwednesday.com/speakers/ayse-zoodsma-policy-advisor-nederlandsche-bank/

Leonard Franken, Policy Advisor for The Dutch Authority for Financial Markets (AFM) and a member of the Distributed Systems Group at Delft Technical University

https://www.bitcoinwednesday.com/speakers/authority-for-financial-markets-leonard-franken/

Ayse Zoodsma is a Policy Advisor for The Central Bank of The Netherlands responsible for financial inclusion, fintech and international relations.

https://www.bitcoinwednesday.com/speakers/ayse-zoodsma-policy-advisor-nederlandsche-bank/

Richard Kohl, founder of Bitcoin Wednesday
https://www.bitcoinwednesday.com/speakers/richard-kohl-bitcoin-wednesday-stichting-bitcoin-nederland/

This event is not for beginners or newcomers and open only to a limited number of participants.

To be admitted you must RSVP with your name and E-mail address and bring your photo ID to the DNB between 1440 - 1450.

We are being asked to bring a diversity of opinions as opposed to perspectives that are aligned with AML / KYC, formal security token designations and other regulations.

This event will be completely free of charge.