the Austrian Blockchain
Center (ABC Research),
the University College Dublin, the HTW Berlin and the University of Zurich
are organising an academic, interdisciplinary (stats | econ | law) conference on cryptographic assets and DLT on
November 26th – 27th 2021
at the Heilig-Geist-Kapelle at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and online (hybrid event).
Confirmed speakers include:
Confirmed participants include:
If you are interested in attending the event, please register via our registration form.
For more details on the speakers and the conference:
Since its introduction in 2008, distributed ledger technology emerged from its use in crypto-currencies and continues to disrupt numerous technological and economic applications. Despite its potential as a trust-free, cost-efficient, and automated system, DLT is still an emergent technology and, therefore, faces a number of challenges.
The Berlin Crypto-Currencies Conference (CCConf) provides a platform for interdisciplinary discussion of these challenges, as well as the technological and economic potential of blockchain-based systems. We welcome researchers and practitioners working on topics such as:
Unless the pandemic situation forces an online-only event, the conference will take place at:
Heilig-Geist-Kapelle der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Spandauer Straße 1
If you have any questions, contact us.
The conference fees (including catering and social dinner) are:
Registration (via this form) is required no later than November 17th. Submission deadline is September 30th (closed).
CCConf 2021, as the 3rd Berlin Conference on Crypto-Currencies in a Digital Economy, is the sequel to
CCConf is a purely academic conference. Our regular discussion event series bridging academia and practice is blockchainnights.de.
BRC provides quick and easy access to neatly preprocessed and ready-to-use crypto-currency data aggregated from multiple sources. At the moment it supplies 10 curated research datasets containing crypto-trading, text and risk data.
ABC is the interdisciplinary one-stop-shop research center for blockchain (and related) technologies to be applied in industrial applications. Partially funded under the COMET program, it subsidises technology transfers from research to industry, all from conceptualisation to working prototypes.
BBC started its activities in 2017, and was formally established as a Competence Center in 2019. Since then, it has organised a wide range of academic, educational, and industry-related activities. It thus became the largest and most active academic cluster in Switzerland, a World-wide blockchain hub.
For any question related to CCConf, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to welcoming you in Berlin!
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Unter den Linden 6
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