Blockchain technology was born through the invention of Bitcoin and has since then created hundreds of digital assets and spurred the development of business models building on decentralised networks. The Crypto Asset Conference (CAC) gives key players in the crypto asset industry the chance to learn about and discuss relevant topics in this field through speeches, discussions, pitches and networking opportunities.
The third iteration of the CAC on March 9th and 10th 2020 will feature four panel discussions, eight keynote speeches, over 50 speakers, more than 15 startup pitches and more than 10 company booths. Renowned speakers will include Dirk Bullmann, the Innovation Team Lead at the ECB, Christoph Kreiterling, member of the Blockchain Unit at BaFin (Germany’s financial supervisory authority) and Joachim Schwerin, the Principal Economist at the European Commission.
The conference will bring 300 innovators together to get up to date on current topics, ranging from digital euro and digital cash over the custody of digital assets to regulatory developments, such as the Liechtenstein Blockchain Act. Questions, such as ‘will Euro-on-blockchain disrupt financial business models?’, ‘will ICOs and tokens disrupt traditional venture capital?’, or ‘which industries are leading regarding machine-2-machine payments, supply chain finance or process automation?’ will be answered by technology experts, industry innovators and blockchain entrepreneurs.
The 1.5 day long conference at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management will give attendees, such as executives, founders, investors and political representatives the opportunity to analyse the future of blockchain and its implications on the world.