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Blockchain in Finance

  • 14/03/2018 - 15/03/2018
  • Rome, Italy
  • The Blockchain in Finance two-day event is the first of its kind in Europe. Blockchain user case studies will be showcased from large financial institutions, including ING, SberBank and Nordea. The event is uniquely practical, moving from the basics of what blockchain is about, to how to select the right ICO, how to adapt and expand your blockchain and even how to tackle potential legal issues afterwards. The event features specialized round table discussions and panel discussions and heads of blockchains as speakers specifically from financial and insurance industries.

Blockchain demonstration by ABN Amro

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Key topics

Expert panel discussion on how can we contribute for building common ledger for financial sector with ING, Santander and Commerzbank

Picking up the right ICO with SberBank Life Insurance and not to get burned

Royal Bank of Ireland answers: How viable is blockchain compared to other options? Do I really need it?

Recognizing smart contracts legally and use them in daily operations Societe Generale, Achmea and Ageas

Prestigious speakers

Takeaways and special features

How will blockchain change the financial sector?

Panel discussion: future of the ledger: Blockchain in 2020

3 Expert Panel Discussions

Live Blockchain Demonstration

Fast fire session: Best speakers of the day answer burning Yes/No questions

2 Interactive Round tale Discussions

Break out session with speakers

Expert Speaking Panel



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