German Blockchain Week in February: Meeting of the European Blockchain Community
The German Blockchain Week 2019 is a series of community meetups that happen between February 21st and February 28th across major cities in Germany.
The German Blockchain Week 2019 is a series of community meetups that happen between February 21st and February 28th across major cities in Germany. The Crypto Assets Conference will thereby act as the centerpiece of the week. It takes place on 25th and 26th of February in Frankfurt.
Disrupt community meetups aim at bringing together companies, crypto funds, accelerators, incubators, family offices, and investors. At the events, the future potential of blockchain technology and current projects will be examined and discussed.
The Disrupt community meetups will be hosted and supported by big names in the industry. These events offer the perfect opportunity to use the days before and after the Crypto Assets Conference to connect and learn.
The Crypto Assets Conference is organized by the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center together with KI decentralized and financial.com. It brings a host of blockchain experts to Frankfurt - a leading financial hub. The conference features experts across domains, but with a special focus on regulations in Germany and Europe.
Dirk Bullmann from the European Central Bank and Dr. Martin Diehl from the German Federal Bank are two top-level central bankers who will present their insights into crypto assets and their regulation. Additionally, Christoph Kreiterling from the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) will be there to talk about how Germany will deal with crypto assets in the future.
Information about the events and tickets are on the website of the German Blockchain Week 2019.
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