FIBREE WebinarsFIBREE will offer a webinar series based on monthly recurring 60 minutes online webinars with classified topics and best practices presented by FIBREE Working Groups and the FIBREE-network. Each webinar will contain 3 different keynotes and a moderated panel-discussion with space for Q&A from the audience.
|May 27th, 2021 / 9:30am CET||Women in Blockchain & Real Estate|
|June 24th, 2021 / 4:30pm CET||FIBREE Industry Report 2021 (official launch, live from the Blockchain Real-event in Vienna)|
|July 22nd, 2021 / 4:30pm CET||WG Legal|
|September 23th, 2021 / 9:30am CET||WG Governance|
Watch back most of the previous Webinars
Webinar #6 – WG Unique Object Identifier
FIBREE Webinar about „Working Group Unique Object Identifier“ took place April 29th, 2021, moderated by Chris Dorian with keynotes from Jo Bronckers, Ranga Krishnan and Kevin O’Grady.
Webinar #5 – DeFi and Real Estate: The Mechanics of decentralised trust (with UCL BREI)
FIBREE Webinar about „DeFi and Real Estate: The Mechanics of decentralised trust (with UCL BREI)“ took place March 17th, 2021, moderated by Jeremy Barnett and Irina Karagyaur with keynotes from George McDonaugh, Nic Cary, Thomas Wünsche, Yakub Sheikh, Sergei Lonshakov, Ajit Tripathi and Jonny Fry.
Webinar #4 – Working Group: Land Registry
FIBREE Webinar about „Working Group: Land Registry“ took place February 25th, 2021, moderated by John Dean Markunas and with keynotes from Anetta Proskurovska, Glen Jordan, Maurizio Maria Gazzola and Rick Schmitz.
Webinar #3 – Academic Board
FIBREE Webinar about „Academic Board“ took place January 28th, 2021, moderated by John Dean Markunas and with keynotes from Jan Veuger, Alan McNamara and Alexander Appelmans.
Webinar #2 – Working Group: Tokenization
FIBREE Webinar about „Tokenization“ took place November 26th, 2020, moderated by Gordon Christian and with keynotes from Oliver Siah, Eiji Nagahara and Julian Kwan.
Webinar #1 – FIBREE Industry Report
The first webinar, about the FIBREE Industry Report took place October 29th, 2020, moderated by John Dean Markunas and with keynotes from Achim jedelsky, Florian Huber and Yael Tamar / Ido Shacham.