Hayley Howe

 

Please tell us about your background and how you got into this field?

My undergraduate degree is in Mathematical Economics with minors in French and Dance. This led me to a research position for Wulf Kaal in the area of token economics at the University of St. Thomas School of Law. I also write articles and do work for Semada Research Institute in product development. I am interested in blockchain solutions as they relate to fraud prevention and efficiency through smart contracts and a reputation-based system.



In the next five years, what are the most important things to keep and eye on in your field? Why?

I am beginning my professional blockchain journey, so I still have a lot to learn. I am interested in the intersection between the legal world and blockchain solutions. Some areas of development that I am curious about include fraud prevention through a decentralized and reputation-based system; implementation of blockchain technology in record-keeping systems; blockchain solutions for corporate governance; and the implications of crypto assets in the future of estate planning.



Who (person or company) do you feel is doing exciting stuff in your field? Why?

Wulf Kaal, Douglas Parks, Brian Schorr and Alexander Lebow.

 
[What] sets Tulip apart from a typical conference is the focus on delivering quality content over selecting speakers based on reputation alone.
— Hayley Howe

How do you hope Tulip Conference will be better than your typical event/conference? Why?

One of the goals that sets Tulip apart from a typical conference is the focus on delivering quality content over selecting speakers based on reputation alone. Tulip's anchors seek to tell a story and share practical solutions over theory.