2020 Digital Money Forum
Tuesday, January 7
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4302
Does the world need a decentralized currency? Is decentralization a prerequisite for cryptocurrency?
With players from Libra to Bitcoin and more than 2,000 alt coins on the market, we’re debating the fundamental concept of what is currency and who controls it.
A new breed of digital-first banks are powering a revolution in how we bank, with new business models, lower fees and better customer experiences. Hear from the companies that are challenging the status quo and shaping the future of banking.
The advancement of AI and natural language processing allows “bots” to decipher and respond to not just the meaning, but also the context and intent of human speech. Visit the future, where machines power near-human banking and commerce experiences.
One-third of the 30+ million small businesses in the US are underserved by traditional banks and thus lack access to capital. Can financial tech lead the way to a Utopian state for small business owners and a growing gig economy?
FOMO is creating a new group of blockchain based players who are experimented with a road to tokenization that may be more palatable to the traditional finance community.
A live podcast and homage to the purist crypto-thinkers. These panelists are dynamic, passionate and full of the “real dirt” behind the stories you read in the crypto tabloids.
We’ll spend the next hour plus looking at the three biggest obstacles that stand in the way of widespread blockchain adoption.
They include regulatory challenges, technical hurdles and the big question of digital identity. For us to move forward into the world of digital assets all three challenges need to be tackled.
Digital currency, digital assets, cybercurrency, virtual currency — call them what you will, the things that are stopping them from becoming more pervasive is clear regulatory guidances. Our attorneys, regulators and law makers explain all.
Speed, stability and scalability have plagued blockchain development from day one, but that’s starting to change. We look at three ways underlying blockchain technology can improve.
Now that we all recognize the value of our digital identities, how do we establish a system of trust while still keeping bad actors at bay? Some of the smartest folks in the world are doing just that.
Michael Terpin looks at the year to come — new exchange dynamics, IPO and expansion of tokenized securities. Then we’ll debut 5 of the best.
A conversation with Gear Captial and iconic Larry King, newsman and planet saver