Essentials of Cryptocurrency Technologies

Essentials of Cryptocurrency Technologies

Hunting in the Dark and Investigative Challenges


Trier & Online, 19 October 2023 – 20 October 2023
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                Areas of law:
                Criminal Law, Banking & Financial Markets Law                


When a new technology is created, criminals are among the first to embrace it and use it for their purposes. This happens with cryptocurrencies, and particularly with bitcoins. The use of bitcoin allows quick and cheap transactions and its flows are difficult to monitor and trace.

This hybrid seminar will provide participants with an understanding of how bitcoin works, how transactions can be analysed and the special investigative techniques that can be applied. During the sessions participants will be immersed in a simulated investigation and will learn to analyse the blockchain to trace the proceeds of a crime.

Key topics

  • Latest technical developments in cryptocurrencies
  • Blockchain and mining 
  • Practical (mis)use of cryptocurrencies
  • Search and seizure
  • Investigative techniques

Who should attend?

Defence lawyers, investigators, law enforcers, in-house counsel, judges, prosecutors, civil servants and policymakers active in the field of criminal law.

Hybrid format

If you cannot attend the conference in Trier, you can still join online! You will be able to interact immediately and directly with our top-quality speakers and other participants.

               Fees in €:
                EU and ERA patrons
Young lawyers and other groups
       Discount Voucher Code
by 19 September 2023

after 19 September 2023

Early registration discount

  • 10 % by 19.09.2023

Discounts available

  • EU and ERA Patrons
    Staff of European Union institutions and agencies; Staff of  ERA’s patrons: all EU Member States (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria,  Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France,  Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia,  Spain, Sweden), United Kingdom, the German states, Scotland and the City of Trier.
  • Young lawyers and other groups
    Young lawyers up to 30 years of age (important: the participant must provide a copy or details of his or her passport or identity card on request); Full-time staff of universities or comparable academic institutions; Staff of charitable organisations or comparable institutions.
  • Discount Voucher Code
    If you have a discount voucher code, please enter the code in the Voucher Field when you register.


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