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On June 29, 2018, Bloomberg will host a half-day, invitation-only “The Future of Cryptocurrencies” event at Bloomberg’s offices in the heart of London, England. The event will focus on the future of cryptocurrencies, where subject-matter experts and leading industry players from the virtual currency market will discuss crypto’s regulatory future, the factors driving its volatility and potential trading strategies. More than 200 industry executives, including attendees from such global giants as UBS, Societe Generale and IBM to name a few, are expected to attend.
Bloomberg’s “The Future of Cryptocurrencies” is sponsored by trade.io and is the first event exclusively focused on cryptocurrencies produced by Bloomberg Live.
Event speakers include:
• John Patrick Mullin, trade.io
• Ajit Tripathi, Partner, ConsenSys
• Mona El Isa, Melonport, CEO & Co-founder
• Oliver con Landsberg-Sadie, BCB Group CEO
• Nic Niedermowwe, Prime Factor Capital Co-Founder & CEO
• Stijn Vander Straeten, CEO, Crypto Storage Ag
With opening remarks from:
• Jim Preissler, trade.io
When: Friday, June 29th, 8:30-1:00pm GMT
Where: Bloomberg Headquarters, 3 Queen Victoria Street, London
Jim Preissler, trade.io’s CEO, said, “Bloomberg’s involvement in this event illustrates how crypto and blockchain are becoming more and more accepted by mainstream finance.”
“There will be many interesting, thought-provoking panels which will include an opening remark from our CEO Jim Preissler, as well as our Director of Research & Development, John Patrick Mullin,” said Helen Astaniou, trade.io’s Chief Marketing Officer. We view this as a great opportunity to both showcase trade.io’s industry knowledge and technology and bring a greater understanding of the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry and how it can coexist with, and even enhance, traditional finance and the financial markets.”
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