LONDON -- Sept 9, 2016 -- Blockchain: Money, the financial technology conference bringing together industry leaders November 6 & 7, 2016 in London, today announced its carefully curated speaker lineup. Speakers will share actionable strategies, technologies, and innovations covering topics including the blockchain, bitcoin, investing, regulation, startups, and the Internet of Things.
“These speakers represent the best and the brightest from the world of FinTech,” said Conference Director Moe Levin.
“They are the innovators, thought leaders, and decision makers who ignite discussions and illuminate tomorrow’s financial landscape.”
Representing the bitcoin and blockchain industries will be Roger Ver (Bitcoin.com), Jeff Garzik and Matthew Roszak (Bloq), Peter Smith (Blockchain.com), Ashley Taylor (ConsenSys), and Dr. James Smith (Elliptic), Brian Hoffman (OpenBazaar), Brian Crain (Eris Industries). Speakers representing banking, finance and security will include Esteban Van Goor (Baker & Mckenzie), Mark Hornsby (Royal Bank of Scotland), Hubert J.P. Jolly (Citi Treasury & Trade Services), Alex Shelkovnikov (Deloitte), Ajit Tripathi (PwC), and Fabian Vandenreydt (SWIFT). Noah Raford (Dubai Ventures Foundation) and Andrew Filipowski (Tally Capital) will explore topics on investing, funding, and fintech startups.
For a complete list of Blockchain: Money speakers, or to apply to speak at the conference, visit: https://conference.bitcoin.com/speakers/
Early Bird Tickets for Blockchain: Money are available through August: https://conference.bitcoin.com/tickets/
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