Wisdom’s 2nd edition of the Blockchain Finance Forum will be held virtually on 8 and 9 December 2021, bringing together industry experts and organisations that have remodelled the financial sector in Europe.
The event will host the public and private stakeholders for blockchain in banking and financial services and will focus on how the blockchain technology is revolutionising the finance sector. In-depth discussions with market leaders will also revolve around utilising the technology to generate new revenue, deliver process efficiency, improve end-user experience, and reduce risks in business operations that come with it.
The 2nd edition of the Blockchain Finance Forum will feature top-level presentations, interactive panel discussions, and solution-based case studies. Success stories of the latest projects in production will also hold the spotlight to assist companies and professionals in gaining a better understanding of the market dynamics.
This two-day virtual event will count on 6 Advisory Members and 20+ expert speakers from leading organisations including the British Blockchain Association, Association of German Banks (BdB), Swiss Re, InCore Bank AG, European Blockchain Partnership, ABI Lab, and many more.
- Blockchain as a game-changer for the next decade
- Impact of digital identification and privacy
- CBDC framework and regulations
- Tokenization ripple effect in the finance industry
- Creation of a sustainable Blockchain Ecosystem
- Concept of coopetition
- DLT for Trading, Clearing, and Settlement
- Demand supply gap in the BFSI sector
The event will present an excellent platform to the organisations and professionals venturing or planning to venture into the blockchain space to discuss the challenges and gather deep-industry insights that will help them set their projects up for success. For more information, visit the official website at blockchainfinanceforum.com.
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