Cryptoeconomics is becoming increasingly popular due to the convenience, reliability, and low cost of transactions compared to the traditional banking system.
However, amid expectations to adopt clear regulations for crypto markets, national regulators are not rushing to establish a comprehensive legislative framework, so the operating rules for the crypto-assets market remain undefined. Moreover, several major world economies are trying to limit further the free circulation of cryptocurrencies. At the same time, states themselves are trying to occupy crypto niches by switching to the creation of fiat cryptocurrencies. As a result, the objective reality contradicts the interests of national monetary systems.
Where do the trends in digital markets lead, and how to use them to benefit the economy? What is Russia's role in shaping and regulating crypto markets? What needs to be done, and what is missing to establish clear and effective rules in national and global crypto markets?
Dmitry Marinichev, Internet Ombudsman of the Russian Federation, Director General of Radius Group
Iliya Dimitrov, President of Seldon Group of Companies;
Gao Jixiang, Senior Researcher at the Institute of East European, Russian and Central Asian Studies (IEERCAS) of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS);
Valery Romanyuk, First Vice President of the Russian Association of Cryptoeconomics, Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain (RACIB);
Olga Sorokina, Managing Partner at O2 Consulting;
Andrey Tugarin, Managing Partner at GMT LEGAL;
Ruslan Yusufov, Founder and Managing Partner of Mindsmith.