Keynote 2015: Reinventing Finance with Distributed Ledger Technology
Top executives, legal experts and entrepreneurs will be gathering in Los Angeles for Keynote 2015 to investigate the potential of distributed ledger technology.
Top executives, legal experts and entrepreneurs will be gathering in Los Angeles for Keynote 2015 to investigate the potential of distributed ledger technology and what kind of impact it will have on banking and financial services.
Fintech conference Keynote 2015 is coming on August 3 to The Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. The event will spotlight the revolutionary “distributed ledger” technology also known as the blockchain, the underlying backbone of popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. Keynote 2015 will also look at how this sector is expected to impact the NASDAQ, global banking and the investment arena.
“While some still regard Bitcoin and other forms of digital currency with skepticism, more and more blue-chip companies are investing time and resources into studying the distributed ledger,” said Moe Levin, Keynote 2015’s founder. “It behooves everyone who wants to stay ahead of the curve to learn as much as they can about this groundbreaking technology, and this conference is creating the perfect environment for that education.”
The event will include speakers, discussions on the distributed ledger’s effect on transactions, payments and contracts, and other topics of vital interest to first-movers as well as beginners.
Keynote 2015 will gather representatives from top payments companies such as Paypal, Square, Uber and JP Morgan, along with venture capital groups, investors from the digital currency community, and an audience of 500 financial executives.
Among the speakers are:
- Peter Smith, CEO, Blockchain.info
- Will O’Brien, limited partner, Blockchain Capital
- Caterina Rindi, manager, Swarm
- Micah Winkelspecht, CEO, Gem
- Steve Kirsch, CEO, Token.io
- Brock Pierce, managing partner, Blockchain Capital
- Aaron Cooper, trial attorney, Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section, Dept. of Justice
- Rafe Furst, co-founder, Crowdfunder
- Brian Klein, partner, Baker Marquart LLP
- Surash Ramamurthi, chairman, CBW Bank
- Marco Santori, lawyer, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman
- Michael Whitmire, CEO, Floqast
- Daniel Palacio, founder, Authy
- Veronica McGregor, head of U.S. payments group, Hogan Lovells
- Harry Yeh, managing partner, Binary Financial
- Femi Olutade, lead payments engineer, Lyft
- Hemmy So, senior legal counsel, Twitter
The event will be not only be open to those already familiar with the blockchain, but anyone else who is interested in knowing more about this disruptive technology. Attendees will get the chance to learn about the distributed ledger and the most optimal ways to use it, including immediate implementation.
“Distributed ledgers have the potential to shake up the financial world more than both mobile payment solutions and P2P banking combined,” added Levin. “The opportunities are enormous for those that understand the potential.”
A full conference pass costs US$249 but you can save 20% now by entering the PROMO CODE: WeLoveCointelegraph. Tickets can be purchased here.
Hope to see you all in LA!