The Luxembourg Blockchain and DLT Association, LëtzBlock, will hold the first annual conference on the topic of the AML framework for crypto-assets, on 17 September 2019 at the Luxembourg – Chamber of Commerce. For the first time in Luxembourg, local and international financial agencies and industry experts will share their vision and perspectives on what should be considered when developing an anti-money laundering regulatory framework for Crypto assets.

These regulatory and industry experts will explore pressing issues such as the application of AML regulations to crypto assets and the blockchain technology’s ability to trace transactions back to the coins. Additionally, the speakers and panels will cover current practices and their thoughts on how future frameworks should be structured.


Cost: Non-members: Euro 140 / LëtzBlock members: Free

Registration: Via Eventbrite (limited seats) – payment via credit card (NO NEED TO HAVE PAYPAL ACCOUNT, just follow the indicated process)

Location: Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce



12:00 - Registration / Walking Lunch, with the Blockchain/Crypto team of PwC Luxembourg

13:00 - "Welcome word" by Biba Homsy (LëtzBlock)

13:15 - "Crypto-assets: challenges & lessons learnt" by Max Braun (CRF)

13:45 - "Experiences & use cases" by Jean-Christophe Cabotte (Tracfin)

14:15 - "Virtual Currency Regulatory Framework: U.S. Perspective" by a Representative of FinCEN (US FIU) to be confirmed

14:45 – "AML & KYC measures? What can be done? Q&A from public" moderated by Cyril Lamorlette (PwC) with the participation of Amandine Doat (Ledger), Luc Falempin (Tokeny), David Carlisle (Elliptic) and Jed Grant (KYC3)

15:15 - Break    

15:45 - "Comparison of Global and European approaches" moderated by Biba Homsy, LetzBlock. With the participation of Max Braun (CRF), a Representative of FinCEN (US FIU) to be confirmed, Jean-Christophe Cabotte (Tracfin), Andy Bryant (bitFlyer), Valentina Covolo ( and Marc Hemmerling (ABBL)

17:00 - Conclusion


Press release by LëtzBlock

Photo: The Loupe

Publié le 10 septembre 2019