Digital Assets: Digital Transformation – Blockchain and the Web3
In this webinar, we will explore the challenges, opportunities and case studies of Web3 applications in the legal sector and how it impacts Smart Contracts and the ecosystem.
Blockchain is the foundation for the second era of the internet ― where anything of value, including money, our identities, cultural assets like music and art and even a vote can become a digital asset, managed, transacted, moved and stored securely peer to peer.
Web2 refers to the version of the internet most of us know today ― an internet dominated by companies that provide services in exchange for your personal data. Web3 refers to decentralized apps that run on the blockchain. These are apps that allow anyone to participate without monetizing their personal data. Web3 will fundamentally impact all ecosystems, but how, exactly, is yet to be discovered.
- Define the terms: blockchain, tokenized networks, Web3 Protocols.
- Explain crypto-economics and why it matters.
- Identify the Web3 applications and how they can impact ecosystems: smart contracts, DAOs, Token-economy and more.
$29 for members and $79 for nonmembers
Juliano Lissoni is Co-Founder and Board Member of Blockchain Revolution Global and Co-Founder of IWI, a digital token designed for member engagement. His trajectory in the blockchain sector dates from 2015, when the term was known as "block-what." In 2017, Lissoni and Don Tapscott, the best-selling author in blockchain and technology created Blockchain Revolution Global, a worldwide community of decision-makers using the technology to accelerate the digital transformation. In 2019, they created the Enterprise Blockchain Awards, focusing on recognizing innovations that are powering the Web3.
Lissoni has a master’s degree in Management, and most recently, an executive certificate on Strategy & Innovation by MIT Sloan School of Management.
This course is eligible for one (1) CLM credit in the following categories:
CLM® Application Credit: 1 hour of Information Technology
CLM® Application Credit for Functional Specialists: 1 hour in the subject area of Operations Management (OM) toward the additional hours required of some Functional Specialists to fulfill the CLM application.
CLM® Recertification Credit: 1 hour in the subject area of Operations Management (OM)
SHRM: Activity 22-39QMT
SHRM Learning Format: Instructor-Led Activity