Behind the term metaverse is a digital world controlled, shaped and lived by real individuals. What sounds to many like the stuff of a science fiction movie is already pure reality, on a new level, socially and economically.

Tomorrow there will be an exciting event on the topic of Metaverse, NFT, at the FFHS Gleisarena in Zurich, where I will also give a presentation on the topic of blockchain law as well as supervisory law in Germany and try to present how a completely new concept of a “guarantor” for NFT rights in line with MiCAR (EU legal push on blockchain) could work in the future.
In addition, there are many very exciting lectures for all those who are interested in the topics privately or professionally:
You can participate in the event for free! via Oculus Quest headset. Alternatively, go live (even if it’s supposed to rain tomorrow in Zurich) or via Zoom.

 

The main topics are

  • Fundamentals, NFT’s and Blockchains.
  • Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR)
  • Legal aspects: Data protection, regulatory issues, tax law and other aspects.
  • Use cases from art, sports and gaming
  • Business models

My presentation will go from 14:00-14:30 with the following content:

Digital assets are currently the talk of the town, but the confidence of potential buyers is suffering. The reason is that the buzzword “NFT” is used too often and too much as a pure buzzword. True blockchain logic is not even present in many projects.

The GamesCoin Group wants to change that and is currently developing an ecosystem and game currency around the publishing and marketing of blockchain games and the use of NFT and unified payment tokens.

In addition, legal marketplaces around the topic of digital assets are in the planning and development stage. Marian Härtel, General Counsel of GamesCoin Group, Managing Director of Digital Assets Gate GmbH and attorney for IT, gaming and blockchain law will present the full story in his presentation.

A legal sweep of the metaverse, gaming industry, and NFT trading, garnished with the challenges of financial regulation in the Federal Republic of Germany.”

Read more here.

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