Biggest Security Tokenization Summit of the Year
Inaugural Security Tokens Realised Summit 2019.
London - Juliet Summits announced the launch of Security Tokens Realised event series with its inaugural two day Summit taking place on 23-24 of January 2019 in the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in London.
Under the theme “Realising Security Tokenization - The Trillion Dollar Opportunity” the summit will bring together the entirely new ecosystem of investors, banks, funds, STOs, platforms, exchanges, lawyers and regulatory entities - all looking to capitalize on this phenomenon.
Juliet Summits already welcomed key participants including Citi, Societe Generale, Commerzbank, NKB, Plynom Crypto Capital and others as part of Security Tokens Realised carefully curated agenda that will include compelling keynote sessions and panel discussions with the industry’s most prominent players - Heads of Investment Funds and Exchanges, CEOs of STOs and platform companies, Legal Partners, and many others.
Security Tokens Realised anticipates to host more than 300 highly selected international professionals, and approximately 150 international companies will participate at the event, making it the largest Summit of its kind currently planned where the entire focus is on Security Tokenization.
The first ever Global Security Tokens Realised Awards will take place on 24th of January with independent panel of judges including Cointelegraph, FinTech Times, Cointelligence and others.
The Summit’s Launch Evening taking place at Private Member’s Club Home House on 3rd of December 2018 has sold out. Book your tickets for the main event now to avoid disappointment: www.securitytokensrealised.com
More information on Security Tokens Realised Summit, including how to attend, exhibit or sponsor, is available at the website. Follow developments and updates on Security Tokens Realised on twitter @STRealised using #STR19, on our LinkedIn Security Tokens Realised page, on our Medium, and on our Telegram.
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