National Security and Digital Assets Seminar


Anup Malani of the University of Chicago will moderate a panel at this event on the intersection of digital assets and national security.

While a country’s currency and technology are routinely considered core to its economic power, the reasons are often diverse, and even disputed. To what extent do these theories apply to digital assets?

To address this question and discuss the relationship between digital assets and economic power and strategy, Anup Malani will moderate a panel titled, “Digital Assets and National Economic Power: Truths, Myths, and Grey Areas.”

Key topics will include:

  • Features or characteristics of digital assets that are relevant to the projection of national economic power
  • Risks associated with digital assets and their relevance to understanding economic strategy
  • Relative benefits and risks of leadership in this space

This event is hosted by Georgetown Law’s Institute of International Economic Law. For more information, visit the event website.


Anup Malani

Lee and Brena Freeman Professor of Law,
University of Chicago Law School;
Professor by Courtesy,
Pritzker School of Medicine,
University of Chicago