January 23, 2022

NLSIU Free Webinar on Digital Payments and Legal Challenges with L-TECH [Dec 5]

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About The NLSIU, Bangalore Webinar

NLSIU Bangalore and the Law and Technology Society are organizing a webinar on Digital Payments and Legal Challenges.

Topic Of The NLSIU Webinar

Digital Payments and Legal Challenges with L-TECH

About the Organizers

The National Law School of India University is a public law school and a National Law University located in Bangalore, Karnataka. It was the first National Law University to be established in India as well as one of the first in the country to offer the five-year integrated undergraduate law degree.

The Law and Technology Society (L-TECH) is a student-run, tech-law group of NLSIU, founded by Mr. Pramod Rao. They aim to explore the boundless contours of the intriguing interface between law and technology. The Society aims to build up-to-date scholarship in the field by organizing various interesting events.

About the Webinar on Digital Payments and Legal Challenges with L-TECH

The pandemic has drastically and surprisingly altered the mode of payment. In just the last few months, we have seen a budding growth of the e-payment companies, and tech giants like WhatsApp entering this market. This trend is also supported by cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, the prices of which are reaching an all-time high. These unparalleled circumstances have created new legal challenges.

To discuss some of these pressing issues, the Law and Technology Society, NLSIU is hosting a webinar on ‘Digital Payments and Legal Challenges’. This webinar is a part of an integrated series that the society plans to conduct in due course of time.

About The Speaker

Tanvi Ratna is an advisor with premium, global, and interdisciplinary experience in blockchain and policymaking. She has first-hand expertise in the blockchain regulatory environments of the world’s leading blockchain hubs. Previously, she was Blockchain lead at EY, where she handled government and enterprise projects.

She has been awarded a prestigious fellowship at the New America Foundation, Washington D.C, for her work in blockchain policy. She has had a long career of policy work for leading global decision-makers, the US Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill, and several ministries and state governments. Her analyses have been featured in leading media houses such as Al Jazeera, The Diplomat, CoinTelegraph, Economic Times, Mint, and others.


  • Date: December 5th, 2020
  • Time: from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
  • Platform: Zoom Meetings


e-Certificate will be awarded to all the attendees.

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