The innovative podcast on disruptive technologies, politics and the law of the 21st century. Dennis Hillemann discusses with his guests how we must change our minds, our politics and our legislation to fully adapt the possibilities of new technologies to make this a better world for all of us. Explaining tech simply and to the point, Dennis dives deep into the tensions between technology and law. He aims for a broader acceptance of basic law rules when it comes to technology and wants to spread the news: We all must change minds and regulations now.
EP. 53: Blockchain in China, the SEC and crypto regulation, India and CBDC
In this episode, I share news on blockchain and crypto and also share my personal point of view on them. The news include:
- A large blockchain initiative in China
- Regulation of crypto & the SEC
- India and its own CBDC
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EP. 52: Blockchain, NFT, crypto news (12/3/21): Ain't nuthin' but a NFT thing; Neo, the Matrix & NFT; Blockchain city
Again, this week I have compiled the most critical events in the blockchain, crypto, and NFT world — short and sweet with further references. To go where no blockchainer has gone before. Keep updated in the Blockchain Lawyers network to get daily updates!
EP. 51: Blockchain, NFTs, Crypto: What’s new this week? (11/27/21)
Quentin Tarantino likes NFTs. Kenny loves Bitcoin — OneRepublic probably does too. Yet, the poorest people in the world suffer from crypto mining. Will Bitcoin City change that? What’s new and noteworthy in blockchain, NFTs, and crypto in the week beginning 22 November 2021? I summarise the most important and entertaining developments.
Read the article here: Blockchain, NFTs, Crypto: What’s new this week? (11/27/21) | by Dennis Hillemann | Nov, 2021 | Medium
EP. 49: What is the German government planning for blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies?
Germany has voted. The new federal government will be formed by the parties SPD, Greens, and the liberal FDP. Today, 24.11.2021, the three governments presented their new coalition agreement at 3 pm. I immediately evaluated the coalition agreement and overviewed the new government plans for blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. In doing so, I have initially focused on the contents of the contract in which Blockchain or cryptocurrencies are explicitly mentioned. In this episode, Dennis gives an overview.
EP. 48: What's new in blockchain this week?
In his latest article on LinkedIn, Dennis explains what moved the blockchain world in the week beginning 15 November 2021. You can find the audio version of the article here. If you want to read the article, you can find the link here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/whats-going-blockchain-space-week-dennis-hillemann/?trackingId=u48ShnvFQqW2krElkRg7HQ%3D%3D
EP. 47: Digital state, GovTech & Greentech - what the possible next German Government is planning
Germany has voted, and the three "election winners" SPD, Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, and FDP want to form a government together. Coalition negotiations between the parties are still ongoing. Thus, the formation of a government by the three parties is far from decided. But the three parties' exploratory paper of 15 October 2021 provides a glimpse into the future. In today's podcast, I present essential key points and give an outlook on what this means legally for the state, authorities, and citizens. In doing so, we focus on the topics of the state, digitalization, climate protection, and innovation competition.
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Dennis is pushing out top notch Blockchain content! His podcast adds a European twist to the topics and delivers well researched insights. From time to time he will put things into perspective and take a macro view on recent developments.
He believes in the potential of Blockchain to help establish our personal rights and freedom in the digital space