Taking Privacy Seriously: Design and Regulation of Digital Flat Currency

We are pleased to invite you to the conference “Taking Privacy Seriously: Design and Regulation of Digital Flat Currency”, presented by Rohan Gray (Willamette University), as part of the “Fintech: Regulating today the financial technologies of tomorrow” conference series.

Speaker

Professor Grey’s research focuses on the legal design and regulation of money and finance, including digital fiat currency, as well as broader issues of law and political economy. He teaches Contracts, Business Organizations, and Securities Regulation. He previously co-taught seminars on Fintech and Monies with Professor Robert Hockett at Cornell Law School, where he was a fellow with the Clarke Business Law Institute’s Program on the Law and Regulation of Financial Institutions and Markets, and facilitated a reading group on Law, Money, and Finance at Columbia Law School with Professor Jeffrey N. Gordon.

Grey is the research director of the Digital Fiat Currency Institute, a consultant to the UN International Telecommunications Union’s Focus Group on Digital Currency, and a network manager with the FreedomBox Foundation, which develops privacy and freedom-respecting software for personal use. He is also the president of the Modern Money Network, a research fellow with the Global Institute of Sustainable Prosperity, a director of the National Jobs for All Network, and a member of ClassCrits and the Association for the Promotion of Political Economy and the Law (APPEAL). 


Watch the conference that took place on January 24, 2022

This content has been updated on 23 February 2022 at 21 h 38 min.