The Future of Money

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Experts and practitioners actively engaged with the development of new forms of money, ranging from cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin to time-based and local currencies, will discuss topics including the cashless society, digital money, and the prospects for fundamental reform of the role of private and central banks in the production of money.

Fran Boait (@franboait) Executive Director at Positive Money.

Becky Booth is Chief Executive of Spice.

Tatiana Cutts (@TatianaCutts) is a Lecturer in Law at the Law Department at LSE.

Ciaran Mundy (@ciaranmundy) is Director of Bristol Pound.

Duncan McCann (@DuncanMcCann4) is a Researcher on Economy and Finance at the New Economics Foundation.

Tom Shakhli is General Manager of Brixton Pound (@brixtonpound).

Nigel Dodd (@nigelbdodd) is Professor of Sociology and Head of the Department of Sociology at LSE.

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