Controlling Crypto-currencies - conference at Birmingham Law School

University of Birmingham
Friday 12 June 2015 (10:00-17:00)

For further information please contact Tatiana Cutts at


On June 12 2015, the University of Birmingham will host an international conference, entitled “Controlling Crypto-currencies”.

The purpose of the conference is to bring together practitioners, stakeholders, financial regulators, and academics to discuss the most important issues raised by crypto-currencies, with a view to creating a solid research platform to inform emerging regulatory and private law frameworks. Topics will include: jurisdiction, asset-seizure, money-laundering, computer security, private law control and economic stability.

We are extremely grateful to the Modern Law Review for providing support for the conference as part of its annual seminar series.

Further information is available on the conference blog:

You can view the call for papers.

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