Token Summit IV
Token Summit IV
About this event
FOURTH CONFERENCE ON THE EMERGING TOKEN-BASED ECONOMY
Token Summit IV will be the 4th event in the Token Summit series, the first conference that explored in-depth the Token-Based Economy. In New York City for the 3rd time, we will continue to discuss the economics, development, regulation and best practices around blockchain-based tokens, protocols, and crypto-assets. Specifically, some of the key topics of this conference will include how to successfully grow decentralized open source protocols, extracting insights from blockchain data, decentralized governance, valuation models, and token functionality models.
If you are an entrepreneur, investor, finance professional, lawyer, fund manager, regulator, or business executive, you need to pay attention to the emerging token-based economy, one that might rival the web in terms of potential innovation, new business models and entrepreneurial ideas that are yet to be deployed. Join us at this exclusive, intellectually-driven gathering, grouping the best minds in this space. Token Summit is the real insiders summit, and is brought to you by William Mougayar and Nick Tomaino.
Token-based Business Models
How do tokens contribute to a business model? When do they make sense? How does an entrepreneur monetize? Where is the real value?
Network Effects and Decentralization
How to create network effects in decentralized protocols? How different is it from traditional web-based network effects? Are decentralized projects similar to startups?
Classification of Tokens
Token functionality is key, but are we doing a good job at classifying what tokens actually do? Discussions on the token vocabulary.
Regulation and Compliance
What are regulators doing? Will they harm or help the ecosystem? What are the emerging best practices?
Custodianship of Digital Assets
What happens in a world without counterparties and banks? What is the impact of the explosion in asset liquidity? What are the best practices for consumers and businesses?
How do investors and users value tokens? How does a token transition from a speculative to utilitarian function?