Blockchain and the Future of Democracy

It was a pleasure speaking on how Blockchain technology and CryptoAssets will impact the Future of Democracy at Paris Blockchain Summit.

Whether tackling fake news and e-voting, leveraging consensus algorithms for decision-making, or the presence/lack of political will in increasing transparency and trust in our democratic systems through technology, it was a great discussion.

Do we have real, true, strong democracies?

Is crypto a democratic right?

Can we vote economically by scaling CryptoAssets adoption?

Ethan Pierse / Catalin Ivan

Always a pleasure to share the stage with European Parliamentarian Catalin Ivan and enjoyed meeting Christian Ander from BTCX and Swedish Bitcoin Party, Massimo Buonomo from the UN, Muhammad Salman Anjum from Blockpreneurs, and moderator extraordinare, Rafael Schultz from blockchainpunk.

Thank you for the invitation Rémy Ozcan and Christophe Ozcan from Crypto4All/Tozex.


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Partner, Borderless Ventures. Director, CryptoAssets Institute. Co-Founder, Desico STO Platform. I help FrenchTech, CEE and ASEAN startups scale globally when I’m not evangelizing the game-changing amazing-ness of Tokenized Securities.

By Ethan Pierse

Director at The CryptoAssets Institute, evangelizing the blockchain economy across Europe and Southeast Asia, advising government administrations, corporations, and funds on tokenization. Founder of Borderless Ventures focused on FrenchTech, CEE, and ASEAN startups. Former Managing Partner, Nest Venture Capital.

Ethan is a highly sought-after keynote speaker and advisor on the Blockchain Economy and CryptoAssets, particularly Tokenized Securities. He's also passionate about entrepreneurship, European and Southeast Asian innovation ecosystems and startup scale, as well as corporate-startup innovation. He is a frequent media interviewee and available for TV, radio/podcast, print, and video.

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