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Blockchain & Digital Assets: Applied for the Legal Professional

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Substantive: 0.5
35 minutes
Michael Milner
Ashley Moore
KYT Consulting Ltd
35 minutes
$99.00 plus tax
Includes Handouts

K.Y.T Consulting develops our Professional client's knowledge through a comprehensive approach, providing a fundamental understanding of Blockchain Technology and Crypto Assets. However, rather than focus on the minutiae of the underlying technology, we look at its application, focusing on how it is set to disrupt industries and who’s currently implementing it, providing concepts to be understood rather than terminology to be remembered, allowing client facing legal professionals to have better, more informed, conversations with clients and identify new opportunities.

This course comprises three modules:

Blockchain Technology Fundamentals

This module covers the origin of Blockchain, explaining what it is and then explores its various use-cases, with specific examples from some of the world’s largest companies.

Crypto Assets & Smart Contracts

This asset class can be subdivided into Digital Cash (cryptocurrency), Utility Tokens and Tokenised Securities. In this module you will be introduced to each of these classifications and their respective features and use cases. This module also provides a comprehensive analysis of smart contracts; a key topic underpinning the disruptive nature of Blockchain Technology.

Buying, Selling & Custody of Crypto Assets

This module focuses on how crypto-assets are acquired, liquidated and stored. Specifically, we shall review the counter-party options when buying and selling these assets, alongside key considerations, associated risks and their expected costs. This module also introduces clients to Initial Coin Offerings (ICO's) and Security Token Offerings (STO's), covering the due diligence clients must undertake and the underlying factors they must scrutinise prior to allocating capital.


Michael Milner

Mike consulted to one of the UK’s first digital asset teams at a London based Asset Manager. He has also consulted to an array of London City Law firms, providing a road map to legal professionals regarding how to approach a case that contains a digital component. He has assisted with capital raises for various Blockchain companies and consulted for Accountancy firms, providing context to the requirements of their client base with regards to digital assets. Mike has assisted private clients with their digital portfolio requirements; guiding them through the set-up of safe custody, making their initial investments and liquidating their holdings. He has also published academic literature in the international medical journal, “Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging”

Ashley Moore

Ashley has over 20 years experience in the financial industry and is an active early stage investor and consultant to Technology and Digital Asset companies. Ashley ran trading desks for various broker-dealers in the UK and throughout Asia, including TP-ICAP, GFI Group and Cantor Fitzgerald, and has extensive knowledge of FX, Equity and Fixed Income derivatives. 

As an investor at start-up rating company Oddup, based in Hong Kong, he has been heavily involved in their expansion. Oddup now rate and value companies and STO projects in 34 cities across the globe and provide critical data to Thomson Reuters, Bloomberg and large Investment Banks. 

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