Crypto and Digital Assets Summit
From a dramatic market downturn to the collapse of crypto exchange FTX, 2022 was a year of total disruption for Crypto. It is vital the industry rebuilds trust if the industry is to ensure its future. Digital assets markets, regulation, technology and Web 3.0 continue to evolve as concerns around crypto’s purpose and future are brought into question. Can it survive another year of turmoil? What do the tech bank collapses mean for crypto markets?
Taking a global perspective, the Crypto and Digital Assets Summit returns with a multi-track, two day event focusing on four key areas - markets, regulation, technology, and Web 3.0. The Summit will cover everything from the Terra Luna crash, the climate credentials of digital assets, central bank digital currencies, crypto market consolidation, institutional appetite, NFTs, and much more. It will bring together leaders in finance and regulatory professionals with crypto entrepreneurs and DeFi leaders to explore how the industry is developing and growing following a year of uncertainty.
Engage and connect
with industry leaders and peers from TradFi and DeFi
the latest on crypto regulation, technology, Web 3.0 and more
the breadth of what’s happened in Crypto in the last year
World-class business leaders and speakers include
Taking a global perspective
How do regions across the world differ in their approach to crypto?
Rebuilding trust in digital assets
Can crypto recover its reputation after multiple crises and collapses? Can crypto survive the tech bank collapse?
Crypto market mayhem
How are trading and investment strategies shifting in light of regulation and market turmoil?
Overcoming regulatory challenges
How close are regulators to achieving standardisation?
Unlocking the technology behind digital assets
Is the blockchain essential for financial institutions?
Exploring Web 3.0 and the Metaverse
Where are the use cases behind the hype?
"A superb and professional event"
Ian Taylor, CryptoUK
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