First participants confirmed for MJAC & CryptoCompare London Blockchain Summit

Representatives from Coinfloor, Coinbase, Ripple, Circle, eToro, London Stock Exchange Group, CoinShares and Cumberland included in line-up

MJAC has announced initial details for the MJAC & CryptoCompare London Blockchain Summit on 30th November.

The one-day conference will include discussion panels on how crypto has evolved as an asset class over 2018, institutional trading in the crypto market, and regulation as well as talks and debates on topics such as: blockchain governance, how securities lending will lead to institutional adoption of cryptocurrencies, the state of crypto funds, opportunities and threats for the tokenisation of everything and the prospect of STOs replacing IPOs.

Confirmed speakers: 

  • Stephan Tual – Founder of Atlas Neue and former CCO of Ethereum
  • Claire Wells – Legal & Business Affairs Director for Europe at Circle
  • Marieke Flament – Global CMO and EMEA Managing Director at Circle
  • Amir Ness – Founder of Elevate Group
  • Teana Baker-Taylor – Advisory Council at Global Digital Finance
  • Obi Nwosu, CEO and Co-founder Coinfloor
  • Lucas Friss – Head of Business Development, Europe Cumberland
  • Marina Titova – Head of ICO Advisory at NKB Group
  • Edd Carlton – Head of OTC Trading at BlockEx
  • Simon Taylor – Co-founder and Blockchain Practice Lead at 11:FS
  • Joseph-Daniel Millwood – EU Marketing Lead at Coinbase
  • Cassius Kiani – Founder of Atlas Neue
  • Dan Morgan – Head of Regulatory Relations, Europe at Ripple
  • Steve Swain – Co-founder & CEO of Lendingblock
  • Iqbal V. Gandham – Managing Director at eToro (UK Region)
  • Hansen Wang – Head of External Relations at Melon-port
  • Martin Hoffgen – Director at Elation Capital
  • Ruth Wandhöfer – Board Member of London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG)
  • Dean Christy – PowerSnooker Ambassador
  • David Fauchier – CEO/CIO Cambrial Capital
  • Ryan Radloff  – CEO at CoinShares


“The MJAC summit will again bring together leaders and innovators within both the cryptocurrency and blockchain sectors and will focus on retail and institutional markets,” says Matthew Collom of MJAC. “Delegates will be able to get ahead of the crowd in learning about the latest developments and key issues in this fast-evolving area. The event will also afford a great networking opportunity.”

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