Speaker "Julian Zegelman" Details Back



Future framework of token sales: regulatory trends of 2018.


What to expect from upcoming regulations for ICO founders, hedge fund managers and investors.


Julian is an experienced corporate attorney, serial entrepreneur and angel investor.  He is a Managing Partner at Velton Zegelman PC, a boutique corporate and securities law firm with offices in San Francisco (CA), Sunnyvale (CA), and Moscow (Russia).  Julian's practice focuses on corporate law, securities, venture capital, and the emerging field of cryptocurrency law. He is currently acting as company's counsel in numerous high profile token sales ranging from Singapore to Delaware.  Julian is also a Founding Partner at TMT CryptoFund, a $60M blockchain focused VC fund and an advisor to numerous blockchain companies. Earlier in his career, Julian was a co-founder and General Counsel of Rolith, Inc., where he focused on fundraising, corporate development, and legal affairs.  During his tenure at Rolith, Julian raised multiple rounds of venture capital financing, completed strategic technology deals with large corporate partners, and negotiated inbound and outbound licensing of intellectual property.  Rolith was acquired by MetaMaterial Technologies, Inc. in May 2016.  In recognition of his professional accomplishments, Julian was awarded the prestigious SuperLawyers® award in California (only awarded to top 2.5% of the California bar members) multiple years in a row.  He received his B.Sc. in Biochemistry from University of California San Diego and his J.D. from University of Minnesota. Due to Julian’s expertise in both legal and investment topics we would suggest him talking about "Securities Law Developments for the Blockchain - What is in Store for businesses and funds in 2018”. We’ve seen recently a huge interest from the audience to understand legal aspects internationally. We’ve also seen that a lot of market players trade and launch their own funds in parallel to their major businesses, which pushes them to get better at legal questions.